I run a restaurant, and I used to get questions from my customers all the time about whether they could place an order online. I didn’t have any kind of system like that set up, so I always told them no. I talked with some of the staff about setting up a website, but no one knew anything about how to make one. One of the staff came up with an idea to use Massive Infinity mobile app development to make an app instead of a website. I didn’t understand the advantage of having one over the other, because it all seemed like advanced tech jargon to me.
On Liberty involves an impassioned defense of free speech. Mill argues that free discourse is a necessary condition for intellectual and social progress. We can never be sure, he contends, that a silenced opinion does not contain some element of the truth. He also argues that allowing people to air false opinions is productive for two reasons. First, individuals are more likely to abandon erroneous beliefs if they are engaged in an open exchange of ideas. Second, by forcing other individuals to re-examine and re-affirm their beliefs in the process of debate, these beliefs are kept from declining into mere dogma . It is not enough for Mill that one simply has an unexamined belief that happens to be true; one must understand why the belief in question is the true one. Along those same lines Mill wrote, "unmeasured vituperation, employed on the side of prevailing opinion, really does deter people from expressing contrary opinions, and from listening to those who express them."