describing any single thing is sufficient to define existence
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Since vi_spex is saying that any single thing is sufficient to define existence, I will be showing that this isn't true.
Anything: (my definition) Literally anything
Can describing the angle of a goal post define existence? How does this tell us how or why we exist?
describing a goal post is defining existence
Until my opponent refutes my argument, I will not post a new one.
you are con.. you show me why describing a rock is not defining existence
can be, is not, so life is not can be
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Vote Placed by whiteflame 1 year ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Pro just fails to prove anything. Beyond assertion, his argument really doesn't go anywhere. Con's responses bolster the basic questions as to how Pro is managing to affirm the resolution, and there's no clear means by which he does so. Hence, I vote Con.
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