i have to write a debate on "corruption erodes the basic values of life". i have to speak against the motion.
so, basically i have to say that corruption is not responsible for eroding da basic values of life. please help.
- LightbringerLv 61 decade agoFavorite Answer
Corruption couldn't exist without values. Furthermore values are often concieved through corruption. Unless people were utterly apathetic, which they are not, there wouldn't be values; corruption serves as a caution to reinforce values. You may also add that humans are by and large not masachistic; that human nature would not allow corruption to direct a detramental relationship between corruption and basic values of life.Source(s): Works for me.