ArgSemSAT@AIFdb

ArgSemSAT@AIFdb connects to the ArgSemSAT API, developed by Federico Cerutti, Mauro Vallati and Massimiliano Giacomin to evaluate AIFdb nodesets under Dung-style semantics. For details see the main reference:

Federico Cerutti, Massimiliano Giacomin and Mauro Vallati. ArgSemSAT: Solving Argumentation Problems using SAT. Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Computational Models of Argument (COMMA 2014), IOS Press, 2014.


Result for Nodeset 11406 under grounded semantics

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this is about balancing what we want in life

we're subsidising most of this, too, through farming subsidies and the like

in the midst of a crisis - which is where we are at the moment - then the green belt might be the way out

we should put that into practice

in some senses we've got that horribly wrong

it really comes down to the policy

we want people to have, to enjoy their lives, and therefore not spending their working lives paying for their mortgage or paying for rent

the result is this, which is a generation worse off than their parents

this is about balancing what we want in life

this is about balancing what we want in life

it really comes down to the policy

it really comes down to the policy

young people are having a dreadful time

a lot of the green belt is just sort of useless grass

it really comes down to the policy

we should build

a lot of the green belt is just sort of useless grass

we want people to have, to enjoy their lives, and therefore not spending their working lives paying for their mortgage or paying for rent

a lot of the green belt is just sort of useless grass

we want people to have, to enjoy their lives, and therefore not spending their working lives paying for their mortgage or paying for rent

also we've looked upon sort of the next generation as people who can basically be serfs, live in a lack of housing stock and basically pay rent to the point where they can't really enjoy their lives, where they can't even raise families

that's not great that the green belt doesn't actually do much, and that it's in and around cities that already have existing infrastructure

Shiv Malik co-wrote the book Jilted Generation: How Britain Bankrupted its Youth

now we know more than ever about what we can do that's right, environmentally speaking

if you actually go and do a tour of the green belt, you'll find that most of it's sort of almost regarded as brownfield site in many regards

all of this sort of centers on us not building for the last thirty to forty years

the policy itself can be useful in saying "look, we don't want urban sprawl"

we should not take that one just because it's easiest

nature has value

if you don't do any of that, then yes, you have a problem with the policy, which is that the green belt is there to restrict already existing cities

at the same time if you don't do anything else, then you're stuffing the next generation

the shortage of building land is wrecking the lives of our younger generation

it's Shiv Malik's fault

it doesn't actually do much

if we look outside of the window here in Faversham, we can see all of this was once woodland if you want

we've as human beings worked with nature

the green belt does\does not have to do something or be staggeringly beautiful like the lake district to actually be preserved

it's in and around cities that already have existing infrastructure

we're not just talking about homes, we're talking about the infrastructure of the cities that we need to as a country both expand and absorb our growing population

the green belt does not have to do anything or be staggeringly beautiful like the lake district to actually be preserved

let us imagine weighing that against a field that we say "well look, we've siphoned this out, and forevermore no one should ever build on it"

the green belt is the easiest thing to do

our first witness is Shiv Malik

we've really suffered in this country from a lack of imagination

with 25 million empty bedrooms in the U.K. and lots of brownfield sites available, Shiv Malik is so fixated on the green belt by X

X is this green belt that we're talking about

of course nature has value

Shiv Malik is a journalist who writes on political issues affecting young people in particular

actually the green belt turns out to be a lot of brownfield site, too

then people can go out and enjoy their lives

people are able to raise children and have children

at the same time, we're not talking about building over the lake district here

it is the principal of the green belt or the way the policy's been applied that Shiv Malik'd say he objects to

actually the economy as a whole grows properly
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Shiv Malik is not suggesting that we simply build over the green belt

Shiv Malik is not suggesting that we simply build over the green belt

Shiv Malik would say that nature just doesn't really have any value to him

as it was mentionned before, it is green

as it was mentioned before, the green belt sounds nice

there are other options that we should explore first


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