Tactics to the best debate
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Pro's apparent claim is that the best tactic to use in debating is to know your topic. I will argue why studying your opponent's side of the issue to infer what your opponent's arguments will be is a better tactic to use in debate. With that being said, explain why you are correct using the severely limited character space allowed.
Good luck! This should be mildly fun.
In a debate, pro and con take opposite sides surrounding a resolution or propose opposing resolutions and stick to them. However, since this is a matter of opinion, I'm arguing why the tactic I propose is better.
Knowing your opponent's arguments makes refutation a breeze, making your side far more telling. If you know or have a good idea of what your opponent will argue, your own arguments will be far more compelling since they effectively clash with your opponent's. Thus, you would gain control of the entire logos of the debate.
Merely knowing your side of the issue would result in a debate much like Bill Nye vs. Ken Ham.
In regards to this topic, whether or not you are con is irrelevant, since no resolution is readily apparent other than that which invites both sides to choose a tactic or a host of tactics to argue for. As a general tip, it is best to not surrender because it eliminates every chance you have at winning debates (in DDO). With that being said, Pro forfeited; if you wish to vote, take that in mind.
Good luck in DDO (and increase the character limit).
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