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If you need points against, I'd focus on the historical reality that people have always been motivated by the desire for financial gain, at least to an extent. While capitalism certainly eroded some of the traditional bonds that held pre-modern society together, I'm not sure those bonds were characterized by emotion and sentiment. In other words, money may trump sentiment, but this is not a recent phenomenon.
All you need to say against this is "money can't buy me love." It may be that money has become very important in our society, but it is no substitute for emotional connection. People's family lives and their friendships still run on emotion, not on money. People may spend a lot of time chasing money, but the ones who are really happy have emotional bonds with others.
It might be interesting to research the amount of money that is donated to charitable organizations in a given year. What do statistics indicate is the annual percentage contribution by people of a certain income bracket? It would a way to connect the issue of money to the issue of emotion -- people give their money to causes that they have an emotional connection to.
I don't think money can replace emotions and sentiments. I think we often use money to express our emotions or sentiments but that does not mean that money replaces them. Any example of money replacing emotion could easily appear to be money used to express emotion as well. If an artist uses a brush to express their creativity on canvas, we do not say that the brush replaces the artist or that the brush is art. Money can be a wonderful tool, but it cannot replace emotion.
money has replaced emotions and sentiments
i have a debate competion n i need some points AGAINST this! plzz help
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