Edit the objections of the debate: Even a "normal" brain becomes "delusional" when subjected to stress of the kind that causes IMEs.

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The objections (or counter-arguments) below aim to refute or nuance an argument of the debate. An objection can always be reformulated by a sentence beginning with “Yes, but…” or “No, because…”

“Grades motivate students to work”:

  • Yes, but grades primarily motivate the best (objection 1);
  • No, because grades discourage students (objection 2).
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