Assumptions

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An assumption is a supposition or a presupposition. It is a belief that an arguer uses as a starting point of logical proof. No theory or scientific experiment is possible without assumption. In fact, all human behaviour and thinking begins with assumption. Assumption becomes a fact if we can give it an algorithm that we can prove. For this we must explain a condition through mathematical reason. Up to that point an assumption is just a presupposition or a supposition. A presupposition is a prior condition for a theory that we hold as true. It is thus something that we must presuppose (a supposition) to work with a theory. In orgtology we have presuppositions on leadership, relevance, management, performance, and organizations. We base all the theories of orgtology on these assumptions.

 

Author - Derek Hendrikz
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Synonyms: Presupposition; Supposition


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