CreateDebate


Debate Info

2
4
Yes No
Debate Score:6
Arguments:4
Total Votes:7
More Stats

Argument Ratio

side graph
 
 Yes (2)
 
 No (2)

Debate Creator

CBN_2003(32) pic



Does The Saying 'You Get What You Give' Justify Violence?

Yes

Side Score: 2
VS.

No

Side Score: 4

Yes. Makes people who intend to victimize others consider the consequences before they take an action. Unpunished insolence encourages it. I don't believe in vengeance but delivering a message.

Side: Yes
0 points

Does The Saying 'You Get What You Give' Justify Violence?

Hello:

Sure. I ask no quarter, and I give no quarter. If somebody is violent towards me, I'm gonna be violent towards them.

excon

Side: Yes
2 points

I hope not, because it equates to an infinite cycle of violence. The problem with justifying violence is that there's always a way to justify it, if you're determined enough and unafraid to bend logic. Believe me, the Germans in WW2 thought they were the good guys.

Side: No
2 points

I've never come across that proverb associated with the link to retaliatory violence which you suggest it is.

I am aware of a very close maxim which is;-''you ONLY get what you give''which is meant to stress that, there is a definite association with the effort one puts in with the rewards one receives.

Side: No