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the limit to moral human behavior is division

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Started: 10/10/2015 Category: Religion
Updated: 2 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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in any case you can mention


Since Pro has not provided any definitions, I will do it for this debate.


: concerning or relating to what is right and wrong in human behavior

: based on what you think is right and good

: considered right and good by most people : agreeing with a standard of right behavior


: the act or process of dividing something into parts : the way that something is divided

: something that physically divides or separates something else

Based on these defintions, division has nothing to do with moral behavior by humans. Moral behavior is doing what is classified as right, division is splitting something into parts. There's no link between these two words, Pro must attempt to find a link between these two words.
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Posted by canis 2 years ago
Yes. "we" become "them and us"..Often "them" against "us" and visa versa. And I think you are right that it is because "the gab/difference in moral human behaviour" becomes to great.
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Vote Placed by UtherPenguin 2 years ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Pro just made bare assertions, Con actually made an argument.