Liberal opinion

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A Liberal opinion is an opinion that is held not because of the essence of the opinion held, but because of how the opinion can be held: they are often held tentatively, and may at any moment be abandoned.[1]

References

  1. Russell, Bertrand quoted in Wilcox, Laird Rationality, Rhetoric, Skepticism & Logic (2005) ISBN 0-9761-3373-3

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