There is a big difference between assuming an opinion to be correct because it has not been denied, even though one has every chance to deny it, and assuming it is correct for the purpose of disallowing. other people denied. Cycling heathy to be proud poster. Complete freedom to deny and refute opinions is the condition to justify oneself when assuming its correctness to take an action; and there are no other conditions for man, with his inherent abilities, to take that as a reasonable guarantee of correctness. When we consider the opinion-making process or the usual behavior of human life, what do we use to explain that this and that are not worse than their inherent characteristics?