"Monks, there are these two conditions for the arising of right view. Which two? The voice of another and appropriate attention. These are the two conditions for the arising of right view."
AN 2.125-126 Ghosa Suttas
Appropriate Attention is the ability to focus attention on that which leads to the end of suffering, the four noble truths. There are several things not fit for attention found in MN2 "Was I in the past? Was I not in the past? What was I in the past? How was I in the past?... Shall I be in the future? Shall I not be in the future? What shall I be in the future? How shall I be in the future?... Am I? Am I not? What am I? How am I? Where has this being come from? Where is it bound?", and similar passages are found in various suttas, all of which require a view on self.
Taking a position on views is something which those on the path do not do, does the Tathagata, Self, Universe, etc now or in the future exist, not exist, both, or neither are all pointless speculations, views, and fabrications of the mind, clinging, craving, birth and becoming, these views are essentially Inconsistent, not self, and Unsatisfactory so should be let go of.
There is the case of what a fully enlightened being teaches and what they know are two different things, as in the Simsapa leaves what is taught is only what is useful to Enlightenment, but what is known is far, far greater, and if this was the case with views the Buddha wouldn’t of said “And how is there the yoke of views? There is the case where a certain person does not discern, as it actually is present, the origination, the passing away, the allure, the drawbacks, & the escape from views. When he does not discern, as it actually is present, the origination, the passing away, the allure, the drawbacks, & the escape from views, then — with regard to views — he is obsessed with view-passion, view-delight, view-attraction, view-infatuation, view-thirst, view-fever, view-fascination, view-craving. This is the yoke of sensuality, the yoke of becoming, & the yoke of views.” In AN 4.10 Yoga Sutta.
Holding a View on anything is not seeing with discernment how it actually is, how things are and the use these are to enlightenment.
So attend to your Practice put down views even if the view is correct and investigate, discern, and know what is here and now
At the end of the day I may be right, I may be wrong, but I share this hoping I am one, the other, both, or neither.