Is it enough to merely respect the right of others to have beliefs different

Is it enough to merely respect the right of others to have beliefs different

Is it enough to merely respect the right of others to have beliefs different from my own without actually respecting those beliefs? Or do I need to try to have respect for the actual beliefs of others, even if I strongly disagree with them? In other words, isn't it somewhat hypocritical to talk about how you respect someone else's right to their own beliefs when you secretly think those beliefs are ridiculous or unsupportable?

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