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Opinion vs Identity

Posted by Canama , Aug 15 2013 · 425 views

(All definitions courtesy of Marriam-Webster)
 
Opinion:
 

1

a : a view, judgment, or appraisal formed in the mind about a particular matter
 b : approvalesteem




2

a : belief stronger than impression and less strong than positive knowledge
 b : a generally held view




3

a : a formal expression of judgment or advice by an expert
 
b : the formal expression (as by a judge, court, or referee) of the legal reasons and principles upon which a legal decision is based
 
 


Identity:
 

1

a : sameness of essential or generic character in different instances
 b : sameness in all that constitutes the objective reality of a thing : oneness




2

a : the distinguishing character or personality of an individual : individuality
 b : the relation established by psychological identification




3

: the condition of being the same with something described or asserted <establish the identity of stolen goods>




4

: an equation that is satisfied for all values of the symbols




5

: identity element


 
I'm not seeing the overlap.
 
Let me be clear: NO ONE has the right to tell other people who they are. NEVER.
 
If you disagree, let me put it simply:
 
You are inarguably WRONG.

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are you kidding? both of those sets of definitions contain the words 'or', 'an', 'the', 'and', 'a', 'is', and 'of'. that's a rather large overlap, if you ask me.

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are you kidding? both of those sets of definitions contain the words 'or', 'an', 'the', 'and', 'a', 'is', and 'of'. that's a rather large overlap, if you ask me.

 

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