Biological reincarnation is real.
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It's evident, it's true that the topic is correct. It's scientific as in realizing everything around us.
Even philosophically broached by Swami Satchidananda . Everything that is will be.
That's as far as I'll go in the description. If you're really sharp, you'll see the topic is fact and non-contestable .
*Looking for arguments against only biological reincarnation*
- Pro bears the full burden of proof, and failure to uphold such alone is sufficient for a con victory. The definition of reincarnation itself informs us that it is a "philosophical or religious concept," so pro also holds the burden to prove that it is a biological one as well.
- Con need not provide any argument of his own.
- Biological: of or relating to biology or to life and living processes
- Reincarnation: reincarnation, also known as rebirth or transmigration, is the philosophical or religious concept that the non-physical essence of a living being begins a new life in a different physical form or body after biological death.
- Real: having objective independent existence (b) not artificial, fraudulent, or illusory.
- Nothing to rebut, no argument from pro. He bears the entire burden of proof here.
- Not objected to, and consequently accepted.
- Pro has not upheld his burden of proof.