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Debate January 17, 2013 BIHR:Personal privacy is more important than national security to the interests of society.

Come join us for our second debate this semester as Brother Giordano and Brother Wheeler tackle the question of what is more important: the individual or the state? Brother Giordano will be affriming the resolution and the debate will be starting at 7:00 PM at Phi Kappa Hall. 

Definitions are as follows:

 

“Personal Privacy” – preventing intrusions into ones physical space or solitude. It is the idea of hiding or protecting ones body or possessions from sight or knowledge and can be achieved by walls, bags, partitions, etc. It prevents unwelcome searches and unauthorized access to restricted areas or information.
“is more important” – of greater significance or value
National Security – the requirement to maintain the survival of the state through the use of economic power, diplomacy, power projection, political power, and military power.
“interests of society” – life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.

 

 

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