In Most Societies, Competition Generally Has More Of A Negative Than A Positive Effect.
GRE Analytical Writing - Issue Topics
"In most societies, competition generally has more of a negative than a positive effect."
Fortune Documents the Great Legal Decisions: It is a rule of evidence deduced from the experience of mankind and supported by reason and authority that positive testimony is entitled to more weight than negative testimony
but by the latter term is meant negative testimony in its true sense and not positive evidence of a negative, because testimony in support of a negative may be as positive as that in support of an affirmative....
Positive anything is better than negative nothing. -- Elbert Hubbard
The following appeared in a local newspaper. "People should not be misled by the advertising competition between Coldex and Cold-Away
both popular over-the-counter cold medications that anyone can purchase without a doctor's prescription....
As societies all over the world have more and more access to new information, the effects on life-long learning can only be positive.
Competition is ultimately more beneficial than detrimental to society.
Negative expectations yield negative results. Positive expectations yield negative results.
The common cold is sometimes positive and sometimes negative.
The eyes have it, and then again, the nose has it....
Nothing positive ever came from a negative thought.