pascals wager is a fairy tale
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If Pro is comparing Pascal's Wager to a fairy tale, in the sense that the wager fails to adhere to reality, he fails to do so, instead making Pascal's Wager equal to a statement that has no apparent relation to the topic of debate.
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Vote Placed by tejretics 1 year ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Pro drops all of Con's arguments, and Pro fails to fulfill their burden of proof, which requires them to prove that Pascal's Wager is a fairy tale. Pro's sole argument was: "if you dont vote for me, regardless if you cant make it back to the computer in time, you might fall and snap your neck because i just mentioned it" -- I don't see any link to the resolution. Voters -- under their obligation to act as blank slates -- should not vote on arguments that lack links or are unwarranted. As such, I vote Con.
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