QUICK DEBATE: Objective morality, does it exist?
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After 5 votes and with 35 points ahead, the winner is...
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This is meant to serve as a short demo debate so I can assess the potential of a full debate later on.
I will be PRO, which means I am arguing objective morality exists.
Objective morality: objective morality is defined by philosopher and professor Justin McBryer as a fundamentally universal and true ethical good that transcends all people.
Exists: To exist is defined by the Cambridge Dictionary as "to be; have the ability to be known, recognized, or understood." This means that even if we humans cannot recognize it, objective morality is still capable of existing.
Round 1: Constructive
Round 2: Rebuttal
Round 3: Defense
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2. No New arguments made in final round
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5. No Plagiarism
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**ANY violation of these warrants loss of debate.**
- The Kalam Cosmological Argument
And thus, since a god would mean objective standard, we can safely arrive to our conclusion that morality is indeed objective.