If it is assumed that a person is indeed free to have his/her own opinions,

If it is assumed that a person is indeed free to have his/her own opinions,

If it is assumed that a person is indeed free to have his/her own opinions, views, perspectives, etc., should this right still be respected even if a person's opinions are demonstrably wrong, misleading, or potentially harmful (to themselves and others)?

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