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tilu
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yay842
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generalization or specialization

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yay842
Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point
Started: 2/28/2014 Category: Economics
Updated: 2 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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tilu

Pro

The shift to specialization has influenced the growth of new industries and markets. It has also influenced our lifestyle, career choices and decisions. The need of the hour today is to hone the skill that exists nowhere but in yourself and thereby making oneself indispensable.
yay842

Con

Well, I can't tell which side Pro has chosen, but it looks like Pro is siding for specialization because of its benefits. But for this round I will simply accept until further clarification from Pro in round 2.
Debate Round No. 1
tilu

Pro

tilu forfeited this round.
yay842

Con

Generalization is important because it is a word. We use words everyday, most of us anyway; therefore, generalizations are used everyday.
Generalizations are used everyday; generalization is a word; words are use to communicate; therefore, we use generalizations to communicate.
Generalization is important and is used to communicate. Communication is important.
Generalization is a grand connection of words.

GG is what we use when we say good game. Good, game, and generalization all start with the letter g? Coincidence? I don't think so. Words that start with the same letter are in consonance. Consonance is a literary device. Generalization means to generalize. What does it have to do with consonance? Generalization and generalize are in consonance.

Now, generalization is in consonance with any words that start with the letter g. Generalization is also important and is used to communicate; therefore, every word that starts with g and is in consonance with generalization is important and is used to communicate since literary devices are used in literature to improve diction in literature. So, literature can be improved by using any number of words that start with g due to the consonance of words that start with g that are in consonance with generalization.

People and rulers and dictators are powerful. Powerful people have many connections. Generalization has many connections. Therefore, generalizations are powerful. To be powerful is to be important and have lots of communication since generalization is powerful and is is important and is used in communication; thus, proving that generalizations are powerful.

mind blown
Debate Round No. 2
tilu

Pro

tilu forfeited this round.
yay842

Con

This is a sentence.
Debate Round No. 3
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Posted by AizenKnaik 2 years ago
AizenKnaik
This debate was useless because pro had forfeited almost all rounds. I find this topic to be interesting. It's very easy to argue on either sides.
Posted by Tommy.leadbetter 2 years ago
Tommy.leadbetter
very good point from instigator, well in
Posted by The_Scapegoat_bleats 2 years ago
The_Scapegoat_bleats
@tilu: Sorry, I can't follow: which side are you arguing for? Of your two sentences, the first is just a proposition, while the second one is unclear whether "the skill that exists nowhere but in yourself" is a specialized or generalized one.
So, in favour of which are you debating here?
Posted by Theunkown 2 years ago
Theunkown
I would have loved to debate this, if I got to be pro specialization :/
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Reasons for voting decision: The resolution is retarded. Con's arguments highlighted the practical importance of generalisations, whilst Pro's were far too short to hightlight anything, and if dare say, were far too generalised. Conduct to Con for Pro's forfeit.
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