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is slavery bad always?

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Started: 3/27/2018 Category: Philosophy
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Debating Period
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not always


Hello! I am excited to be competing in my first debate on this website with you! With all do respect, sometimes I may come across as "mean", but in truth, my intent is not to be mean to anyone. Since I am behind a computer screen, sometimes it is hard to express emotions in just words, rather than through tone of voice, expressions, etc. Also, sometimes I may use caps. Caps is not a way of shouting when debating, but I just use it to draw attention to a specific word/point. Good luck to you, and let's keep this a friendly debate (no being toxic, etc)!

Anyways, now that is out of the way, my first request of you is to explain what you mean by not always. I do not understand how treating other HUMAN beings like tools is not wrong. I feel as though ANY form of slavery is wrong, and it does not matter what the intent of the "owner" (sorry for the lack of a better word) is, if another human being is being used for personal gain that is just pure evil.

Slavery is wrong under any circumstance.
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yeah man you're right


Um, well, so this is a little awkward.

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Posted by Minddagger 3 years ago
isnt jail slavery? your chained up and your forced to do jobs.
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