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Neutral support and objection rate.
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is an Evidence
This argument thread will have the most argument replies and will be on the ''the most crowded argument'' of this week
Arguman does not measure objection rate correctly because a but to a but is not an objection to the original argument.
This site is not conducive to actual debate or argumentation, since each argument is presented as axiomatic, and each following premise is presented as a modification to the original argument, and not a contradiction.
The problem with arguing is not finding the right argument, it's finding an audience that would recognize a good argument
You cannot argue against Black-face comedies being prevalent without also arguing against The Big Bang Theory TV series being prevalent too (Which it has been since 2007).
If you want to base your decision on faith. You can't try support it with rational arguments.
Arguing whether God exists or not is useless to everyone.
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It is essential to list out your arguments
In Argüman, any 'however' statement could also be a 'but' statement.
All disagreements come from poorly formed arguments
There is no such thing as the self, unless defined specifically as one's body and brain. Such statements as "working on myself" or "controlling myself" are logical fallacies.
All these arguments on the website are absolute.
is a Speech
Arguman's character limit for a premise is good for discourse
The Bible is the word of God
argüman should provide a chat or another mean of discussion in order to avoid it in the tree of premises.
Respecting your opposition is a necessity in political discourse, lest a public polarisation occurs and political issues become harder to solve.
Definitions are best kept 'loose'/open in discussions
Saving our nation with two magical words: socialized prostitution.
argüman ought to mandate likelihood assignment based on the Kesselman list of estimative words