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Free Will is more rational to affirm than determinism

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SoloNo.1

Welcome! The motion is: "Free Will is more rational to affirm than determinism" The Burden of Proof is shared - Pro (me) has to prove both that free-will is rational to affirm, and that determinism is not. Con has to prove that determinism is rational to affirm, and that free-will is not. Definitions: Determinsm: The doctrine that all events, including human action, are ultimately determined by causes regarded as external to the will. [1] Free-will: The power of acting without th...

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Should Tarot Cards Be Considered Good, Part Two!

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Cooldudebro

Round two of the "Should Tarot Cards Be Considered Good?" debate! I will post a link to the original here, http://www.debate.org/debates/Should-Tarot-Cards-Be-Considered-Good/1/ , so that those who do not know what this is about can follow us. And now, for the opening argument: In the previous debate, I stated that: 1. People should not base their decision of whether or not to DUI on tarot readings, they should just not DUI. 2.If a tarot reading seemed to have predicted a near-death scenari...

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There is a clearly defined boundary between "natural" and "artificial", Round Two!

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jasonk

RECAPITULATION: Last time I posted this debate, I was confronted with a certain Warren181. He accepted said debate in round 1 and went on to provide two rounds of utter bollocks followed by two rounds of forfeiting. I am now bringing back this debate, and here I quote my previous argument: "Many people believe that artificial means human-made, and that natural means from nature. Let's take a look at those definitions: First, "artificial" meaning human-made. But then that must mean that any h...

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Should Tarot Cards Be Considered Good?

Cooldudebro
SoloNo.1

First round is for acceptance. Good luck!...

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There is a clearly defined boundary between "natural" and "artificial".

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Warren181

I think that the words "natural" and "artificial" are too vague and have no clearly defined boundary. By the "human-made" definition of "artificial", babies are artificial, but anyone who has presented me the "human-made" definition still has disagreed that babies are artificial. If anyone can give me a clear definition of the boundary between "artificial" and "natural", please do. If that boundary is non-arbitrary, even better....

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