Is it Intellectually Honest to Present only one side of an issue as being THE correct interpretation and to consciously ignore and omit that there are differences of opinion on the issue?
This could apply to secular matters just as much as it can to Torah matters, but I'm focused primarily on Torah matters.
EG, Once a Yeshivah Student "Proved" to me a Halachah from the Talmud. He said the Talmud required X. I looked at it and Rashi - right on the spot - had TWO l'shonot, one saying X and the other stating "NOT X". *
Was this fellow being honest?
Would Intellectual Honesty at least require him to acknowledge another point-of-view - albeit he rejects that POV?
Or since he "FEELS" it's his way or the highway therefore he can purposefully quash any dissension by omitting it from the discussion?
* PS in the interest of Shalom - I'm neither identifying the individual nor the issue. But I am willing to share the details of the issue in private.