But what do they lose? What is beyond the game? [game board commonly used on the internet for ‘debate’]

Question: Should this be the required format for debate?

I look at this, and it is a gameboard. It’s a game many people take very seriously and I’ve “played it” with people many times through the years, although I never saw it put together quite so succinctly.

But, how helpful is it really for communication?

I see this, and I do not see a discussion laid out. I do not see a debate. I see a conversation that has turned into a game of efficiency, of winners and losers and those that play the game best win the game.

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