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38 votes

Is attacking an argument because it's machine generated an ad hominem fallacy?

22 votes

What is this "going to the other extreme to make it look stupid to prove something"?

18 votes

What is lost upon death?

16 votes
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Do people who "withhold judgement" also have a burden of proof?

16 votes

Do the defenses that science has implemented against a political attack undercut the ability to evaluate teleological science questions?

16 votes

Isn’t everything absurdly improbable?

15 votes

Is much of theoretical physics nothing more than speculative assumptions?

14 votes

Does a rock falling down a hill perform computation?

14 votes
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Do distant stars still exist or are they just images?

12 votes

Is 'No True Scotsman' indeed a fallacy?

12 votes

Why is speaking about donating to charity considered immoral?

10 votes

What are the arguments for an absolutist morality?

10 votes

What is a natural number?

9 votes

Are opinions considered sentences in logic?

9 votes
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How do we know that the mind is not a physical entity?

9 votes

Is naturalism the null hypothesis?

8 votes

Difference between how a physicist and mathematician approach science?

8 votes

When does simulating something produce a real effect of that thing?

8 votes

Can art be rated objectively?

7 votes

Platonic love and "sapiosexuality"

6 votes

Why use a concept of free will in reasoning if it's unproven?

6 votes

What does a set of pencils contain when we know that pencils are not physically present in the set?

6 votes

Does science blind itself by validating theories using just equations

6 votes

Does nature jump?

5 votes

Proof of the existence of God?

5 votes

Is circular reasoning always wrong?

5 votes

Can we rule out God as an explanation for the origin of life without knowing a natural explanation?

4 votes

What is the burden of proof? Has this principle ever been challenged?

4 votes
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Do we define 'infidelity' ourselves

3 votes

What is the reason for a god to create the world?

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