Verb(1) take for granted or as a given; suppose beforehand(2) require as a necessary antecedent or precondition
(1) Now it was our duty to promote the highest good; and it is not merely our privilege but a necessity connected with duty as a requisite to presuppose the possibility of this highest good.(2) Your argument seems to presuppose that it does.(3) Mental predicates therefore presuppose the mentality that creates them: mentality cannot consist simply in the applicability of the predicates themselves.(4) But both presuppose that the only proper purpose or consideration of a final bonus is the return of the capital value of the asset share of the policy-holder.(5) Reason, according to Mead, is the search for causal continuity in experience and, in fact, must presuppose such continuity in its attempt to construct a coherent account of reality.(6) Since the reverse is not true (actuality does not in the same way presuppose potentiality), an actuality is prior in definition to its correlative potentiality.(7) But, of course, it does not presuppose that all speakers understand the word this way, only that they can if they think about it in a certain (fairly common) way.(8) But individuality and distinctiveness presuppose coherence and unity: without them, nothing can stand on its own as an object either of admiration or contempt.(9) These presuppose a reference mass consisting of all possible instances and their use can be interpreted, under appropriate circumstances, to entail a ├ö├ç├┐universal├ö├ç├û statement about all instances.(10) At the same time, to adopt such a course must surely be to presuppose that there is a genuine issue regarding the reality of what is thus accepted.(11) We do not, of course, presuppose that nowhere ever is there a failure of, say, vision.(12) They may indeed show that one can construct Frankfurt-type examples that explicitly presuppose indeterminism in which there are no alternative possibilities.(13) Such an argument would have to presuppose that there is somehow something wrong with being gay.(14) The guidelines for human behavior that have their source in the Bible presuppose universal applicability.(15) What's happened is a disaster all right, but to say that it's a failure presupposes that the plan was to use all available civil and military forces to deliver relief, and that this plan failed.(16) This of course presupposed that they were properly regulated so as to indemnify the public for the franchises which the utilities had been granted.
(1) presuppose :: 前提
1. require ::
2. presume ::
3. suppose ::
Different Formspresuppose, presupposed, presupposes, presupposing
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