The concept of a "right" opinion confused many of us today. Most students today think that an opinion is neither right nor wrong, simply what you think!
This modern concept of opinion is very alien to the traditional understanding and meaning of opinion.
Socrates, the great ancient philosopher, always taught that there was a difference between a right opinion and a wrong opinion.
How can we tell the difference? It is a little paradoxical, because a right opinion is true, and a wrong opinion is false: so opinions are either right or wrong.
An opinion, according to Socrates, is (1) true information; (2) something you haven't experienced personally.
I'm going to make a short video explaining this point, following the great discussions on the forum post, and will share it this week in the forum. But have a think about "right" vs "wrong" opiion!