Uniformity ought to be valued above individuality
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My opponent may start the debate, and will advocate the resolution (uniformity ought to be valued above individuality). I will respond with arguments for the superiority of individuality.
Good luck to my honorable opponent!
Hello, I will be arguing, "uniformity ought to be valued above individuality" as I am currently PRO.
First off, I need to be coached, I am the worst debator on earth and don't know logic!
darnocs1 forfeited this round.
You forfeit... *shrugs*
Okay so I'll make just one argument:
Uniformity is more important than individuality because if it is not true, everything we know about history and the universe is flawed in some way.
That would mess up a lot of things!
It could also lead to total mayhem on earth and the destruction of proper education!
Thats just my 2 cents...
yuiru forfeited this round.
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Vote Placed by socialpinko 4 years ago
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Reasons for voting decision: This took a weird epistemic turn. Pro's point about uniformity somehow making our knowledge reliable was a straighforward argument from popularity and Con's modest admittance of epistemic uncertainty won the debate. Conduct tied for forfeits from both sides.
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