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Debate Score:40
Arguments:35
Total Votes:46
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Do all of our debates break one of the commandments of logic?

Commandment number six.

 

 

 

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Hell, I am breaking number six right now!

True.

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2 points

Reference commandment number six.

Side: True.
skyfish(276) Disputed
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i think actually, its #3 that you are breaking....

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not ALL of the debates fail in one of those 10 ways.

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2 points

No, but I think all of them fail in number 6.

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ProLogos(2798) Disputed
1 point

Nah. He would have to be making a statement for it to be a generalization. So this debate dosnt break that one either.

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this is beautiful. it should be glued next to everyone's monitor

Side: True.
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I think every argument eventually and will inevitably break one of those commandments of logic. Arguments are about proving you are right while proving the other person is wrong and in order to do that certain laws of logic are broken in the creative process.

Side: True.
0 points

I aim to break all 10 if I can but sometimes I fall short! :(

Side: True.
3 points

Well just use the perspective debate...

Side: Wait..., what? No!!!
2 points

OK, so only the "for/against" debates break commandment number 6.

Side: Wait..., what? No!!!
2 points

I place intuition over logic every time. Creativity is seldom, if ever, based on logic. Entertainment is not based on logic, it is a medium of intellect and emotion. Inventiveness is spawned from totally illogical concepts and romantic visions of things never seen, tried nor even imagined before. The boredom of logic is the region where mathematicians spend their time. Throw the 'logic commandments of debate' in the bin and let every participant present their argument in their own individual manner.

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2 points

Thank you. That was.... uh.... very creative.

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ghostheadX(1103) Disputed
1 point

you can't build something that works without logic, even if its just your own logic, other than art

Side: True.
1 point

How are you breaking number 6? What was your starting point of possibilities and which was did you remove? Its not reducing it to two possibilities if you started with two.

It's not reducing the possibilities if the circumstances can only lead to true or false conclusions or yes and no answers.

Your debate topic doesn't break any of the laws, so the answer is no.

Side: Wait..., what? No!!!
2 points

The options were:

1. They break more than one.

2. They break at least one.

3. They break exactly one.

4. They break none.

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1 point

Those all fall under the negative position, so its not really a reduction.

It becomes a fallacy if those are ignored.

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ProLogos(2798) Clarified
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I hope I worded that correctly. Logic can be a bitch sometimes...

Side: True.

You said all our debates. You seem to be unaware of the "Perspectives" debate option. Perhaps it proved difficult to read that far, which is understandable.

Side: Wait..., what? No!!!
1 point

The number one rule for CD debates is leaving the door open for an attack. Otherwise, no one comes to the party. So, for example, who would go to a debate titled: "Without Oxygen, you would die?"

You can achieve the same effect by having a typo in your debate title or by having a debate title that is not grammatically correct. People look for something to nit-pick.

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A yes or no question only has two answers, but there are many justifications for an answer. If it was just you click a button to vote for the side that you think is right, then it might be, but since we are given the chance to explain ourselves, then I don't think we are.

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