in the debate of climate change vs. global warming, and wheather or not we, humans, should do anything about it. many times the affirmative debate is lost simply because their is not enough understanding of the difference between preternatural, and natural.
i myself do not thuroughly understand this argument, however, know that i believe in it, i am looking for some help in shaping my argument, and gaining my views before school starts, my ap teachers realy nail me when i make mistakes.
please i am 15, so i appologise ahead of time for my writing mistakes, in syt=ntax gramr, and spelling, but don't call me out on it in the debate, i just want to hear your thoughts!
(never started a debate, hope this is a good one!)
This slogan basically advocates that since we have advanced enough to be able to live on other foods apart from meat,
then it is our moral obligation to stop killing animals for food.
Do you agree with this idea?
Is it our moral obligation to embrace veganism / vegetarianism?
Four Noble Truths
Life as we know it ultimately is or leads to suffering/uneasiness in one way or another.
Suffering is caused by craving or attachments to worldly pleasures of all kinds. This is often expressed as a deluded clinging to a certain sense of existence, to selfhood, or to the things or phenomena that we consider the cause of happiness or unhappiness.
Suffering ends when craving ends, when one is freed from desire. This is achieved by eliminating all delusion, thereby reaching a liberated state of Enlightenment.
Reaching this liberated state is achieved by following the path laid out by *"a teacher"* (the Buddha).
Noble Eightfold Path
Viewing reality as it is, not just as it appears to be.
Intention of renunciation, freedom and harmlessness.
Speaking in a truthful and non hurtful way.
Acting in a non harmful way.
A non harmful livelihood.
Making an effort to improve.
Awareness to see things for what they are with clear consciousness, being aware of the present reality within oneself, without any craving or aversion.
Correct meditation or concentration, explained as the first 4.