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If a person espouses an opinion with the intention of seriously contesting for the truth of a matter, does he have a duty to pursue accuracy in his opinion (yes) or does he have a "right to his opinion", regardless of veracity (no)?

Asked by: man0euvre
If a person espouses an opinion with the intention of seriously contesting for the truth of a matter, does he have a duty to pursue accuracy in his opinion (yes) or does he have a "right to his opinion", regardless of veracity (no)?
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