'If I really respect your right to say that means I must not do anything to change your mind'.
Whyte is a management consultant with education philosopher. He has written for general public philosophy. Born in New Zealand, he lives in Britain. He was also a lecturer at the University of Cambridge.
Whyte is a popular philosopher and has published numerous articles, mainly on the subject of truth in journals such as Analysis, The British Journal of the Philosophy of Science, and for The Times newspaper. He has written several books, including Crimes Against Logic and Bad Thoughts and A Load of Blair. His style attempts to dissect confused logic and nonsensical arguments, specifically the public pronouncements of modern politicians.
His analysis dissect fuzzy logic and nonsensical arguments of the public statements of modern politicians. Often, we say that people have a right to personal opinion, Whyte considered an 'intellectual protectionism' that conceals the false beliefs of being refuted, so it argues that there is no right to personal opinion, not if I said is not true.
It is often said that people have a right to their opinions, but do they? Whyte argues that they do not, not if they are not true. Shouldn’t we want to protect the truth rather than our own opinions?
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