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  1. Debate: should life orientation be compulsory at FET level (2,705 bytes)
  2. Debate: Life on Mars (6,809 bytes)
    3: ===Has there ever been organic life on Mars?===
    12: ...entists wishing to establish a history of organic life on the planet Mars. It is believed to be around 4...
    47: ...ures in excess of 1,200 degrees - far too hot for life.
    72: .../fas.org/mars/ Federation of American Scientists: Life on Mars]
    78: ...tion of Mars: Searching for the Cosmic Origins of Life] : Piers Bizony
  3. Debate: Rural life (17,719 bytes)
    11: ... actors aimed at improving the overall quality of life in rural areas. These policies and practices aim ...
    32: ... we will end up condemning rural populations to a life of continuous poverty they can only escape by mig...
    52: ...inner of the Noble Peace Prize, to understand the life changing effect that a credit as small as $9 can ...
    59: ...o their villages and the traditional agricultural lifestyle. In these cases, the countryside has proven ...
    79: ...out why there are so many sudden changes in their life, houses, jobs, culture, and the history might be ...
  4. Debate: Rejection of the American way of life (15,599 bytes)
    4: ===Should we reject the American way of life?===
    13: ... the question remains: should the American way of life be embraced as a grand template for the world’s...
    28: ===Model principles: Does the American way of life lack the model principels that should be emulated...
    33: ...me democratic not by adopting the American way of life, but rather by proceeding through national experi...
    38: ...orse than to converge towards the American way of life.[http://www.idebate.org/debatabase/topic_details....
  5. Debate: modern technology has made our life better (2,705 bytes)
  6. Debate: Life without parole for juveniles (3,826 bytes)
    4: === Is imprisonment for life without parole for juveniles an option, or should...
    39: ... possibility of parole.''' "Children sentenced to life without the possibility of parole report they fee...
    102: *[[Debate: Life without parole vs. death penalty]]
    103: *[[Debate: Sentencing juveniles to life without parole]]
    115: [[Category:Life without parole]]
  7. Argument: General statements in favor of artificial life (267 bytes)
    2: *[[Debate: Artificial life]]
    5: ..."[http://news.discovery.com/tech/synthetic-genome-life.html]
  8. Debate: Urban vs rural life (1,060 bytes)
  9. Portal:Life and death (649 bytes)
    1: ...is a portal page for the subject area surrounding life and death issues such as abortion, capital punish...
    5: *[[:Category:Life and death]] - which is a sister page to this one,...
  10. Argument: Stricter gun-control laws better protect the "right to life" (2,190 bytes)
    3: ==The "right to life" outweighs the right to gun ownership==
    5: ...right to life" is of equal value as the "right to life."
    6: ...hat a government attempt to protect the "right to life" than for it to protect the "right to bear arms"....
    7: ...ht of the protection it provides to "the right to life" outweighs and is more important than the degree ...
  11. Argument: Murderers forfeit the right to life (934 bytes)
  12. Argument: Life without parole is not "more compassionate" than capital punishment (1,516 bytes)
    5: ... should not). The intent is simply to argue that "life without parole" is not more compassionate than ca...
  13. Argument: State-sanctioned executions devalue the dignity of life (4,412 bytes)
    11: ... said in a 1995 court decision.''' - The right to life and dignity are the most important of all human r...
    17: ...iolence, we must cherish life. Executions cheapen life.[http://freenet-homepage.de/dpinfo/prosecutors.ht...
    21: ... The deliberate institutionalized taking of human life by the state is the greatest conceivable degradat...
    24: ..., murder demonstrates a lack of respect for human life. For this very reason, murder is abhorrent, and a...
    27: ...o mean business when we say we have reverence for life.”[http://www.californiapeopleoffaith.org/cpfquo...
  14. Argument: Life in prison deters crime/murder as well as the death penalty (2,388 bytes)
    5: ...'. (2267). John Paul II, writing in The Gospel of Life, stressed that 'the nature and extent of the puni...
    8: ...ysis showing it has any more deterrent value than life imprisonment. This is what you would expect since...
    11: ...ppropriateness of the death penalty. I feel LWOP (life without parole) is a better resolution in those c...
  15. Argument: Death penalty does not allow repenting like life imprisonment (683 bytes)
    5: ...simultaneously.[http://www.catholicbishops.org/prolife/programs/rlp/Chaput05web.pdf].
  16. Argument: Life in prison is a greater punishment than the death penalty (3,406 bytes)
    5: ... you in a few minutes, or the one who wrests your life from you in the course of many years?[http://en.w...
    23: ... the truth is that I realized that the agony of a life in prison without parole may be seen by some as m...
  17. Argument: Capital punishment costs more than life without parole (5,144 bytes)
    11: ...the death penalty was replaced with a sentence of Life Without the Possibility of Parole, which costs mi...
    20: ... a person in the penitentiary for the rest of his life ... I think maybe we have to be satisfied with th...
    23: ...Mattox, former Texas Attorney General, 1993.''' - Life without parole could save millions of dollars. In...
    26: ...make the best use of public funds by substituting life imprisonment for capital punishment.[http://freen...
    32: ...osts far less to lock these violent offenders for life than it does to weave through appeals and pay for...
  18. Argument: The death penalty violates the inalienable right to life (1,295 bytes)
    5: ...rity of human rights, beginning with the right to life.[http://www.cathnews.com/news/702/43.php]
    8: ..., murder demonstrates a lack of respect for human life. For this very reason, murder is abhorrent, and a...
    11: ...nal''' - the Death Penalty "violates the right to life".[http://web.amnesty.org/pages/deathpenalty-index...
    14: ...st the foundation of democracy. To end a person's life even in the name of law clearly runs counter to t...
  19. Argument: Cloning technology is unsafe for the resulting life (4,032 bytes)
    13: ...oping some kind of weird deformity later in their life cycle?
  20. Argument: Use of technology is so common in life, that to also have it in the classroom is too much (495 bytes)

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  1. Welcome to Debatepedia! (12,636 bytes)
    20: ...tests need to focus on coherent demands." Student Life Staff Editorial. October 17th, 2011]: "The protes...
    75: ...Religion| Religion]] | [[:Category:Life and death|Life and death]]'''
    79: ...rights|Animal rights]] | [[:Category:Wildlife|Wildlife]]'''
  2. Argument: Moms enter kids into beauty pageants for own insecurities (1,903 bytes)
    5: ...ing out their own dreams of 'go[ing] somewhere in life', as one mother put it, rather than being 'stuck ...
  3. Debate: Assassination of a Dictator (58,310 bytes)
    44: ...engthen a tyrant.''' If an attempt is made on the life of a tyrant, one result is that the tyrant will b...
    83: ...an apparently good cause, we cheapen the value of life itself. Many terrorists, criminals, or indeed dic...
    85: ...ife, which assassinations violate''' The right to life is inviolable. It is so important to preserve tha...
    197: ...bag or detonations that occur with little loss of life) indicates that there are problems either with th...
    201: ...deter people willing and even eager to lose their life. But behind every suicide bomber are others who m...
  4. Educational debate (2,908 bytes)
    3: ...kills are abilities necessary in several areas of life.
  5. Debate: Creationism vs Theistic Evolutionism (7,330 bytes)
    105: ... no other reputable explanation of the origins of life that does not (at least at surface level) necessa...
  6. Structure of an argument (9,400 bytes)
    5: == Argument in Life versus Argument in Debate ==
    10: ...t is clearly distinguised into two types here, in life, all types of argument are often written with a l...
    25: ...ts premises. Similar to essay writing, unlike in life, an argument does not mean a fight where one spar...
  7. Core elements of debate (2,478 bytes)
    5: ...ts, but also to other situations in school and in life, formally or informally. Delivering an effective...
  8. Youth Forum 2007 (6,200 bytes)
    32: ...ernational trainer. Debate has become part of her life and the way she teaches. She says debate has empo...
  9. Debate: Parental consent for underage abortions (16,494 bytes)
    36: ...ainst her wishes, even at a risk to her health or life. Disclosing that you are pregnant necessarily req...
    48: ...entrust or allow minors to go through potentially life-threatening procedures like abortion, which has p...
    174: ...ttp://www.unitedforlife.org/ Americans United for Life]
    175: * [http://www.nrlc.org/ National Right to Life]
    197: [[Category:Life and death]]
  10. Debate: Gay adoption (26,218 bytes)
    76: ...ity of parents has no effects on a child's future life]]'''. [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LGBT_parentin...
    236: * [http://www.lifesite.net/ldn/2006/may/06050105.html Article on gay...
  11. Argument: Children raised by same-sex parents are not more likely to have same-sex orientations themselves. (2,486 bytes)
    8: ...bnormal parenting, sexual abuse, or other adverse life events influence sexual orientation."
  12. Debate: Ban on advertising targeting children (14,317 bytes)
    49: ...with bad eating habits that will be with them for life. Society also has to pay a high price in terms of...
  13. Debate: Lowering sexual age of consent laws (16,287 bytes)
    11: ...rely punished, sometimes with a sentence of up to life imprisonment. It is the combination of these fact...
  14. Debate: Should AIDS drugs be made cheaper for developing countries? (12,422 bytes)
    31: ...tries like africa and asia, which already have to life poor, and for sure don't have any money left.
    52: ...xpensive medicines and thus cannot increase their life expectancy.
  15. Debate: Anarchism (45,551 bytes)
    36: ...g" and recognise that "variety, conflict even, is life and that uniformity is death." [Peter Kropotkin, ...
    48: ...en at popular assemblies." [Errico Malatesta: His Life and Ideas, p. 175 and p. 129]
    60: ... manner, hierarchy is abolished in all aspects of life, because the people at the base of the organisati...
    81: ...cause for joy, not fear or regret." Why? Because "life among clones would not be worth living, and a san...
    85: ...m and statism is that they standardise so much of life (see George Reitzer's The McDonaldisation of Soci...
  16. Debate: Animal testing (85,631 bytes)
    48: ...life that fares better or worse for the one whose life it is[...] By insisting upon and justifying the i...
    74: ... perform tests on animals or on humans to advance life-saving medicines. Given a choice between testing ...
    106: ...Mahatma_Gandhi Mahatma Gandhi] - "To my mind, the life of a lamb is no less precious than that of a huma...
    146: ...an life is of greater intrinsic value than animal life]]''' [http://mises.org/misesreview_detail.aspx?co...
    160: ...Mahatma_Gandhi Mahatma Gandhi] - "To my mind, the life of a lamb is no less precious than that of a huma...
  17. Debate: Animals in sports and entertainment (13,393 bytes)
    41: ...le to eat an animal that had had a free and happy life in the wild than one that had been reared in a fa...
    71: ...d highly skilled artist and fighter and takes his life in his hands when he enters the ring - it is a ma...
    97: [[Category:Wildlife]]
  18. Debate: Anti-Social Behaviour Orders (ASBOS) (9,949 bytes)
    28: ...it criminal punishment, but damage the quality of life of others, especially through constant repetition...
    58: ...s have made very effective use of them to improve life in many local communities.
  19. Debate: Arranged marriage (24,562 bytes)
    35: ...love their children and are concerned about their life take the consent of their children when they deci...
    86: ...inct cultural life while taking part fully in the life of this country. In fact their cultural contribut...
    119: ...where they have the best chances of making a good life to set up their homes, and this only serves to pr...
    121: ...ation is often motivated by the want for a better life using underhanded methods. At times that method m...
  20. Debate: Abolition of art subsidies (12,718 bytes)
    31: ... artistic sector which can improve the quality of life for all. In addition, exposing the arts to the fu...

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