There is nothing in existence that does not require faith to exist
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I ask for my opponent to clarify and elaborate on his position in full, and we'll continue from there on what should be an interesting debate!
I'm still uncertain what it is we're debating. The statement 'nothing exists with a person or group of people believing in it' isn't making sense to me. Did you mean that it *doesn't* exist without a person or group of people believing in it? I could only assume, which leaves still ambiguity. Are you arguing in favor of rationalism? As in knowledge of the existence of consciousness is indoubitable? Or for objectivism? As in what does exist, exists regarless of whether or not it's being observed having a presence in someone's mind? You haven't invested in presenting a clear and concise arguement, and with our mere two rounds already over, I'm afraid there isn't a foundation even established for a proper debate.
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Vote Placed by ModusTollens 3 years ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Conduct to Pro because Con was incomprehensible with regards to what she was arguing.
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