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Capital Punishment is Moral

dbox
wampe

My position is that it is moral for a society to require the death of murderers, And immoral for a society to let murderers live. In other words, It is morally obligatory that murderers be put to death. Murder is defined as the unjustified taking of human life by another human....

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Updated 2 Years Ago

England Should Not Have Colonized North America

MissLenaElan
wampe

When England colonized America, this had both positive and negative effects on the land and people living there. Con (me) will argue that whatever they did was justified and for the better. Pro will argue England (and Americans after the Revolutionary War) had no right to colonize the land. Definitions: Justify: to defend or uphold as warranted or well-grounded Moral: of, relating to, or concerned with the principles or rules of right conduct or the distinction between right and wrong; ethi...

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Updated 5 Years Ago

Are Dragons (or have they ever been) Real?

PurpleVengence
wampe

Many people in the world have simply brushed off dragons as a myth. But... were they? Or maybe they're still alive today. Only one way to find out. Debate it....

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Updated 5 Years Ago

Life itself is a paradox

Dragonfyre
wampe

I figured I'd follow the curve of the most debates and state that round one is the introduction, ideals, etc. I stand on the basis that the life cycle of a human is a predetermined course of events, and since it is a constant cycle, a paradox. I'm interested in seeing what the turnout of this debate will turn out. I wish you luck contender...

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The first pregnant man was not a man, thus he is not the first pregnant man II

funnycn
wampe

The first time I debated this, my opponent forfeit. I remade it.I hold the position that the first pregnant "man" was NOT a man at birth, thus he/she should NOT be considered the first pregnant man. Con, or you, hold the position that he is technically a man, thus should be considered the first pregnant man. Rules. First round is acceptance. Break this rule and you forfeit all points to pro. The first pregnant man is Thomas Beatie. Claims otherwise make that part of your argument false. BoP is s...

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Updated 5 Years Ago
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Debates:9
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Tied:3
Won:5
Win Ratio:83.33%
Percentile:95.85%
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AbortionUnd
Affirmative ActionCon
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Barack ObamaUnd
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European UnionPro
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Gay MarriagePro
Global Warming ExistsPro
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Iran-Iraq WarCon
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Legalized ProstitutionPro
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United NationsPro
War in AfghanistanCon
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