Please help me settle an important philosophical argument

If you cut a pizza into 8 slices instead of 6, do you have more pizza?

No science or maths please, purely philosophical

    • team yes
    • team no

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More slices but also more pizza anxiety if shared

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Who tf cuts their pizza in 6 slices anyway? Provably the same people who use scissors. This is my philosophical opinion.

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No brainer

8 > 6

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Flip it round. If you cut it into 6 instead of 8 you have no less pizza not no less slices

more piezzes

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Objectively less because you will be displacing and losing some pizza to the knife or wheel each time

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as a scissor cutting six slicer, can confirm you’re correct

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Sounds remarkably scientific that. Should forfeit his doctorate imo

I was not prepared for a curveball answer like this

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Enjoy breaking rules do ya pal

if i was a mod i’d ban you for this, just so you know

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Would you therefore argue that rolling up a pizza and eating it like a burrito (none lost to cutting) is the most economically pragmatic method?

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If this is the life you’re living, just fold the whole thing in on itself and eat it like a giant burrito like the savage you really are

I’m genuinely struggling

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How many slices do you think you’d have to cut before you have effectively no pizza slices at all at the end of the process?

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GET HIM!!

there’s a strong case for that!

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divide the circumference of the pizza by the distance between two cut slices