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TheUnexaminedLife
Pro (for)
The Contender
Alec784
Con (against)

The Ancient Greeks cannot be morally blamed for maintaining the institution of slavery.

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Started: 10/4/2017 Category: Philosophy
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TheUnexaminedLife

Pro

R1 is acceptance.

CON must argue for and respond to the contention that the Ancient Greeks are morally guilty for practising slavery.

Definitions:
Morally guilty: in violation of both act (actus deus) and mind (mens rea) normative standards as was known and practised by them. I.e. that they ought to have known better and could have done otherwise.
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