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the purpose of all life, is being real for the purpose of life to exist
I accept this debate even although the question and your argument is very vague but I shall do my best to argue against you as I like a challenge.
I assuming you are arguing about the purpose of life.
The purpose of life simply isn't to "exist" as you put it. Evolution put us on this planet in order to reproduce and breed on the planet to make our species grow. If you look at animals or plants, most of their purpose is to reproduce, for example, the dandelion's most distinct feature is its seeds on it, which is for reproducing. Although, "existing" is a very vague point. We were put here for a much bigger reason rather than to just wander around the planet and "exist". We were here to reproduce in order to grow our species is the primary principle that many scientists believe. Although, religion will say we were put down here through God but we shall not debate that.
The meaning of life or why we are living is a very philosophical topic, but we were simply not here to "exist". There would be no point of us being here if we were simply to "exist", it may sound a scary thought, but we are here for a reason.
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Vote Placed by Richardsonalj 1 year ago
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Reasons for voting decision: I found DemocraticRepublic's argument more convincing; it was able to explore ideas, which Pro failed to do. Pro was unable to make an actual argument. He failed to bring any support to his claim. Con wins.
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