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Get Your Heated, Unproductive Arguments Settled By A Moderator! Quick, Easy And 100% Free!

Get Your Heated, Unproductive Arguments Settled By A Moderator! Quick, Easy And 100% Free!

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Court of Logic

Welcome to the Court of Logic! The online court where you can take your heated, unproductive arguments, get a ruling and move on! It's fast, easy and simple! Both sides present their case and a neutral, unbiased and unaffiliated moderator will read both arguments and offer a logic based verdict! Arguments that are vague, misleading and nonsensical greatly reduce the chances of winning! The more you present, the more informed ruling the moderator can make. Good luck and may the best argument win!

Whether it be your family, your friends, a business partner, co-worker or your significant other, the chances are that you are in some type of relationship. It's what we do as human beings. And just as in any type of relationship, the chances are that you don't get along perfectly 100% of the time, every time. Just like relationships, conflicts are also a part of life. While they come in all shapes and sizes, the most common form is argument.The civil and United States Court-accepted way to hold and win an argument is for both/all parties to logically state their case backed by their supporting evidence to the best of your ability. The superior argument wins.
Unfortunately, we can't always have all of life's arguments in a court room with a judge. The sad fact of the matter is that there are people out there who for whatever reason, simply refuse to accept being proven wrong no matter how obviously wrong they may be. We all know at least one person like this. Without a judge or neutral 3rd party present, either side is fully capable of manipulating the situation to their advantage in a variety of ways.
One of the biggest and by far most frustrating examples is when people knowingly and immaturely break the unwritten law of logic that states that your argument must make sense to be valid. They know that you aren't in an official position to rule them wrong and therefore, since they can't officially be proven wrong or they refuse to acknowledge it, then they are somehow right and win the argument. This is childish, counterproductive and above all, ignorant.
Have you ever been in this position and wished that you could explain to someone else during an argument exactly how wrong they are without coming across as arrogant and condescending?
Welcome to Logic Law! The online logic court where you can take your heated and unproductive arguments, get a ruling and move on! It is so simple! Both sides present their case, and a neutral, unbiased and unaffiliated moderator will read both arguments and offer a logic based verdict! Arguments that are vague, misleading and don't make logical sense will not be tolerated! Any case that fails to meet this standard will be penalized accordingly during judgment.
The point of this court of logic is not to ultimately decide who is right and who is wrong. The point is to rule on who has the better argument. The point is to simply raise awareness of, uphold and enforce the unwritten but generally accepted standards of logic and reasoning that we live by. If and when an argument fails to meet these standards, this is always heavily taken into consideration and greatly reduces the chances of winning the case. It is possible for both sides to present completely valid arguments. It is possible for neither side to do so. The more information you present, the more informed ruling the moderator can make. Good luck and may the best argument win!
DISCLAIMER: The rulings offered on this site are not in any way legally binding. This site is not affiliated with nor an official, recognized part of any United States court system. The moderators or not legal judges, they are not in any way recognized by the BAR Association, they are not licensed professionals and these rulings should not be weighted as anything more than a 3rd party opinion. This site is meant to settle verbal arguments and disputes. If this is in any way unclear, please post your comments, questions and concerns.
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