I think you can hold an opinion without logical reasoning if it is subjective opinion. Â I do not like the color fuscia. Â I don't know why, but I needn't resort to the color wheel and spectrometer to know I don't like it or to justify my opinion. Â The question of whether one likes a watch strap is implicitly subjective, right? Hey, Johnapril -- Gungagalunga. Â
You do not like fuchsia, perhaps because it is too effeminate, or perhaps because it is too bright. (These may not be the reasons, but it is still true to say you have reasoning, whether you realise this reasoning or it remains sub-conscious - being a subjective contrivance really has nothing to do with it.) However, if this reasoning remains sub-conscious, general etiquette would say that you do not have a right to hold this view, subjective or objective. I really do not want to beguile this matter any more.