• Of course debates are subjective.

    Almost by definition a debate is subjective. It is two people with opposing points of view about the same subject who are either trying to convince the opponent and/or the audience that what they believe about the topic is right. I'm not sure how you could have a single topic where multiple people have completely different views about the same topic and consider that objective.

  • People love happiness

    People tend to attract to things that make themselves happy. Philosophers agree that the goal of humanity is to produce happiness. Morality makes everything fair, and if everything is fair, than everybody(yourself) is happy, If someone disagrees with your way of achieving happiness , than you will have a argument.

  • Debate is objective. Judgment is subjective.

    The logic need not change for the responses to change. That's why audience is such a huge factor and consideration for your audience is imperative to giving speeches. The same words in different contexts will produce very different results but ultimately debate itself and logic itself have nothing to do with emotions.

  • Debates are NOT personal opinion based

    You cannot argue something that’s subjective because by definition something being subjective is considered a personal view/belief based on emotions and not facts. It’s just a differing opinion. Like red being the best color. Debates are formal discussions made for furthering your factual stance to the opposite side, which is completely unbiased. Sometimes during debates people are misinformed and spread false info but because of the debate this is usually proven otherwise based on legitimate evidence, not feelings/morals.

  • Debate is not Subjective

    Debate is NOT subjective because all the research has to be done before the debate and all the facts need to be supported by facts in order to be counted valid in a debate in order to be able to be given points also If suppose it was subjective then people would have a hard time finding evidence for the debate.

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