Resolved: If a person could relive their life, it would be fine to be smart yet loathed
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With 3 votes and 10 points ahead, the winner is ...
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"it would be fine": positives outweigh the negatives
"smart" encompasses mostly business, logic, reasoning, math, innovation/creativity, science (ex. Einstein, Steve Jobs, Newton, are examples)
"loathed": the majority, if not all, of people around you dislike you. This is not impossible to change, but the default assumption by people.
The person reborn retains their personality, and their previous memories.
ohhh wait, it's not for no reason that you are loathed -- it's disgusting person; slob
I see that you are using points for the winning side. The problems lies not within the arguments, but the resolution.
My interpretation of the correct translation is "If a person could live again, it would be good to be someone being disliked".
Oops accepted this on accident guess I gotta write arguments about sociology.
Kinda like Moira MacTaggert from X-Men?
We'd have a bunch of geniuses on our hands!
thoughts on this one? I'm taking pro cuz he won, though I think con's args are decent