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my stupidity is my teacher, and my intelligence is me as the educated student of stupid
Now I will rebuttal what my opponent has said, "my stupidity is my teacher, and my intelligence is me as the educated student of stupid." I see that they have said that the one who passes on knowledge is stupid. This may be an analogy worth more dissection. Now, I also see that this creates stupidity in the educated as said by my opponent. I don't see how this even relates to the debate. And a one sentence debate won't get you very far, so I will be ready for whatever you have up your sleeve, as this second round was quite a short and confusing/irrelevant debate on your side. My opponent has given an irrelevant and confusing argument, so without further ado, I think my position is currently stronger that my opponents.
stupidity=not accepting that i am stupid
http://dictionary.reference.com... . So if you have no beliefs, than your statements can not possibly be truly believed by you in yourself. I see a loop hole in your second statement. If you are stupid, than you can't accept you are stupid. But what does stupid really mean. An equal sign (=) represents a Direct equivalent, so if no other definition is given for it, than the statement is paradox-ed. Imagine if the only definition of stupid was the one given in the third round by my opponent, than it would paradox. It relates to how the equation of x=x, because it has all solutions, but no definite solution can ever be given. Please vote con, because my opponent has: Failed to make a good argument that is even on the already confusing topic. Has not addressed ANY of my arguments. And they have barely even spoke in the debate, allowing for minimal communication.
P.S. My opponent has only used 52 words in this debate, thus I can't see any way he could possibly win.
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