pre-supposition[ pree-suh-pohz ]SEE DEFINITION OF pre-supposition
Synonyms for pre-supposition
- shot in the dark
- sneaking suspicion
Antonyms for pre-supposition
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PRE-SUPPOSITION
The famous doctrine of perception, as taught by Epicurus, is grounded upon this pre-supposition that the soul is corporeal.
He sings a cuckoo-note of 'pre-supposition' and 'orthodox bias' blinding orthodox eyes, and all the rest of it.
For us, the idea of beauty and of art is a pre-supposition given in the system of philosophy.
Accordingly the history of philosophy is the pre-supposition of logic, or the three branches of philosophy form a circle.