In America, rules give us freedom. The constitution is a set of rules that our government follows to ensure our freedom. If we did not have these rules, we would not have freedom of religion, right to vote etc. This is an instance of people making the world freer than it was before. Without these laws that were created by people, we would not have freedom. I feel this negates your entire argument.
rules are good, and yes I admit that but what I mean is that you are allowed to do whatever you want, but it is the people around you keeping you from doing certain things either if it is good or bad and I don't speak for one country... I'm speaking about the whole entire world
Ah so the freedom you are talking about is being able to do what you want. Again, rules put in place by humans give us the freedom we want. Here's an example: There is a man that wants to kill 100 people. He lives in a country with total freedom or anarchy. He proceeds to kill 100 people and citizens are aware of this. These citizens are now afraid of this man and go into hiding to prevent themselves from being killed. They also fear from all the other people that could have possible temptations. This example shows that freedom can be based on rules in other countries such as China who have laws against killing. Every country has some law that ensures freedom and benefits the people, having the ability to do whatever you want to would only be freedom for a select few.
Reasons for voting decision: Conduct: Pro forfeited. Spelling and grammar: Pro's posts are difficult to read. Arguments: Con does not actually contradict the position that people are free unless other people interfere in their lives; all Con argues is that some people will interfere in others' lives unless their freedom to do so is taken away. I guess it ended up as a draw in the end because each side gets 3 points. Interesting how that turned out.
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