Imoism noun [der. from the expression In My Opinion (IMO), that in a speech is used as a prelude to a personal opinion]: form of absolute relativism that, in the name of the freedom of expression, pretends that every opinion is valued worthy of respect and consideration, regardless of logic, knowledge or empirical evidence.

Imoist noun: advocate of Imoism – adjective: typical of Imoism and Imoists; based on Imoism: imoist statements, an imoist arguing, imoist person, imoist politicians.

Imoistically adverb: in an imoist way, according to imoist principles: express an opinion imoistically.