The three grades of people and the three approaches to debate

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Why I don’t like debates is very plain and clear as what just the wise man said. Once a man approached this wise man for debate in public. Looking at his face he said, I’m convinced with what I believe and i don’t need a debate for it. If you are in need of a debate then it is because you are in doubt with what you believe! So accurate and perfect. I give a damn big respect!!

There are three grades of people when they debate in MBC or mind-body continuum.

The first one debate with science.

These groups are better equipped with neuroscience and psychology. They know the neuroscientific molecular mechanisms and principles of application as well. But what they differ is in the philosophical principles of mind-body continuum. These debates are the debates of the intellects!

The second one debate about science.

These categories uses the phrase ‘ science says so and so’ and talks as a second person perspective without in depth or clarity of knowledge in neuroscience and psychology. They ransack science to promote their ideologies or religion. These debates are the debates of the idiots!

The third one debate outside science.

These categories brings Devils and demons to mind-body continuum. They rely on superstition rather than neuroscience and psychology. These debates are the debates of the arrogants!

There are three approaches of debates as well.

The first one is debates for finding a neuroscientific solution for the neuroscientific questions in order to benefit the humanity. This ends with solutions.

The second one is finding problems for every neuroscientific solutions in order to project ones ego an destroy it’s opponent. This ends with problems.

The third one is debate for time pass without a relevant neuroscientific question or a neuroscientific solution. This ends with nothing.

If I would then it would be the debate of the intellects that seeks neuroscientific solutions for the betterment of humanity.

If you are looking for debate other than that then you must doubt about your conviction in what you believe and reflect on the purpose of your need for debate.

Dr.Fahad Basheer

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