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Does the Reading Educate us ?

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Started: 3/17/2017 Category: Education
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Debating Period
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The Reading is kind of discipline that teach you how you treatment with people by creating good think and ignoring bad thing even in side of you.. as long as the way to discover anther culture , not just that it's open to you your eyes to the world . However, you know how people they think ..


I accept; looking forward to your arguments.
Debate Round No. 1


the reading is one of the most important activities successful in educating us for example
there is some books for human development that educate us like Stephan covey "The Ten Commandments"
more over if we compare a person who is read with a person isn't , there is huge deference it is like the first person Promoted in his mind he knows how he talks with people , respect them , and without doubt he has many information and he is able to share it with friends


Reading often creates ignorance.

Religious texts/propaganda: These serve to spread ignorance and misinformation to billions.

Fake News on Websites and Social Media: see above ^.

Self Help Guidance = Telling Yourself You’re Awesome: False, achieve your goals and work to be a more moral person.

Materialism = happiness : written advertisements equating happiness with what you own is 100% fallacious.

Trap the best man/woman style articles: These create false destructive expectations spreading ignorance.
Debate Round No. 2


you said that the reading creates ignorance !! I 'll tell you that reading protecting you from ignorance for example :
you'd prefer to stay people with level up !
also , you talk Religions here you are out of topic ! let not talk about Religions .
well , my arguments are :
The reading make you creating a new thing for example :
the one who read to much stories , he 'll be able to create another by his imagination it's really works such us Akkadi ( his Arabian one )


For many people religious texts are all they read. Roughly 4 billion people live their lives based on the bible or the Quran so religious txts are most certainly relevant. For many people reading creates ignorance and wishful thinking contributing to patterns of thought that lower your education in reality.

The problem is that you are assuming people will both read and understand educational books and I have demonstrated that this is not the case; this is why your resolution fails
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Debate Round No. 4
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Posted by Verax1996 3 years ago
I kind of wanted to engage in this debate, however, your intro was horrendous. Not exactly sure of your current understanding of 'Pros' and 'Cons'. Furthermore, trying to decipher what you wrote was utterly grim. This IS a very reputable debating website, please, only write down logical and coherent sentences in the future.
Posted by PowerPikachu21 3 years ago
In case the Universe didn't know, this isn't Twitter or Facebook or any social media as such. This is a semi-formal debating site, so people expect decent grammar.
Posted by DNehlsen 3 years ago
If your introduction is any indication of how you will debate, I'll have nothing to do with this.
Posted by RC-9282 3 years ago
Your introduction is really hard to read to say the least.
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