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In linguistics, a presupposition of a statement is a proposition which must be true in order for the statement to make sense.
Presupposition may also refer to:
- Presupposition (philosophy), in epistemology, requirements for a belief system to make sense
- Presuppositional apologetics, argues that the existence or non-existence of God is the basic presupposition of all human thought
- Complex question, a fallacy
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