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Capitalism presupposes that you have things like competition, that you have things like price transparency, that you have things like efficient capital markets, that consumers are making choices.
In other words, the very engagement with rational argument and evidence presupposes facts about value.
Never presuppose what business partners are thinking, but reach out, stay in touch, and find out if you can be helpful to them.
It deserves remark, that these early generalizations did not, like scientific inductions, presuppose causation.
All social judgments presuppose a system of recognized values.
THE NEW SOCIETYWALTHER RATHENAU
More clearly even than petition does thanksgiving presuppose a personal being, capable of appreciating the feeling of gratitude.
They actually presuppose its existence in the Church as the necessary condition of their own existence.
OUR LADY SAINT MARYJ. G. H. BARRY
It is however to be understood that the different cases all presuppose the same total moment of momentum.
TIME AND TIDEROBERT S. (ROBERT STAWELL) BALL
Discussion and theorising presuppose belief and disbelief, expressed in set forms of words.
Reward and punishment 'presuppose the notions of right and wrong' and cannot be the source of those notions.

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