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Is contradiction a physical force?

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Mariel33Mariel33
Contradiction to me is the benefit of perspective (attained by intelligence). The more intelligent a life form becomes, the greater their capacity to experience contradiction. And then which leads to the question if contradiction is an end in itself, or a means to the end.
Do you see it that way? Or do you think contradiction is the reverse: not a product of intelligence, but the cause of it?

Posted 2015-12-19 02:45:27
Anthony TaiAnthony Tai
Contradiction is not always a physical force
Perhaps I could give more argument if you defined it. Can you challenge me to the debate again?
Posted 2015-12-19 02:12:57
adminadmin
If anyone needs any help with the settings, you are welcome to contact me :)
Posted 2015-12-19 01:35:50
Mariel33Mariel33
I don't know how the debates work whatsoever - I literally just joined yesterday. In any case, what's your opinion of the debate topic?
Posted 2015-12-19 01:00:53
Anthony TaiAnthony Tai
Wouldn't that mean that you would have to switch the settings, and the default settings are 3 days?
Posted 2015-12-19 00:43:20
Mariel33Mariel33
I'm new to the site, which is why the settings for the debate are apparently at fault.
Posted 2015-12-18 12:50:13
Anthony TaiAnthony Tai
How come you only have one hour to post, but with 5 rounds? You would have to literally be on for like 5 hours, which makes no sense
Posted 2015-12-18 03:24:18
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