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Galal
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Bogcha
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Negotiation is more of an effective method than torture

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Started: 5/19/2015 Category: Philosophy
Updated: 2 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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Galal

Pro

In this argument, I shall demonstrate that effective negotiation can be much more efficient in extracting information or reaching a desired outcome, rather than torturing the subject to enforce one's will upon them. My opponent shall be arguing for torturing and it's many claimed benefits in order to persuade me and the audience otherwise.

I am looking forward to a logical and precise argument, hopefully not logical fallacies to arise.
Bogcha

Con

I will be taking the position of the CON, arguing that torture is more effective than Negotiation.

I will be covering topics such as:

-Terrorists (Islamic extremists) who have been captures by special forces who are questioned/interrogated of the whereabouts of important/strategic targets.

- The hard-willed and the religion indoctrinated individual who has no regard for a negotiation over a coffee.

- Cases where language barriers affect negotiations;

And finally why torture can also be used as a synonym of "aggressive negotiations".

Good luck PRO :)
Debate Round No. 1
Galal

Pro

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Bogcha

Con

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Debate Round No. 3
Galal

Pro

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Bogcha

Con

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