Definitions for "Presupposition"
The act of presupposing; an antecedent implication; presumption.
PH Initial assumptions upon which all thought is based. Presuppositions are often difficult to observe or prove because they stand prior to proof and become the standard by which other ideas or arguments are tested. A presupposition may be fundamental to all inquiry ("I exist") or simply agreed upon by the parties to a discussion without prior proof ("For the purposes of this debate, let us assume . . . . "). All arguments are based upon presuppositions, such as the uniformity of nature (in the case of scientific proofs) or the universality of the laws of logic (a contradiction today will remain a contradiction tomorrow).
1 - Something that has to be taken for granted for a behavior or statement to make sense. 2 - The linguistic equivalents to assumptions. Of NLP, Convenient beliefs or assumptions you make when you are doing therapy with someone.
That which is presupposed; a previous supposition or surmise.
the act of presupposing; a supposition made prior to having knowledge (as for the purpose of argument)
a question in which a person is choosing the path you indirectly set for them
Keywords:  believed, theory, idea, true, examining
an idea or theory believed to be true before examining or testing new data
process of assuming which information a listener already has or may need
Keywords:  starting, point
a starting -point