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- allowing that,
- although,
- as if,
- as though,
- assuming that,
- assumption,
- axiom,
- conjecture,
- guesswork,
- hypothesis,
- if,
- inference,
- postulate,
- postulation,
- postulatum,
- premise,
- presumption,
- presupposal,
- presupposition,
- proposition,
- set of postulates,
- supposal,
- supposing that,
- supposition,
- surmise,
- thesis,
- though,
- working hypothesis

- actuarial prediction,
- apocalypse,
- assumption,
- axiom,
- conjecture,
- foreboding,
- forecast,
- forecasting,
- foreshowing,
- foresight,
- foretelling,
- hypothesis,
- improbability,
- inference,
- omen,
- postulate,
- postulation,
- postulatum,
- prediction,
- prefiguration,
- prefigurement,
- prefiguring,
- premise,
- presage,
- presaging,
- presentiment,
- preshowing,
- presignifying,
- presumption,
- presupposal,
- presupposition,
- probability,
- prognosis,
- prognostication,
- promise,
- prophecy,
- prophesying,
- proposition,
- prospectus,
- set of postulates,
- soothsay,
- speculation,
- statistical prediction,
- supposal,
- supposing,
- supposition,
- surmise,
- thesis,
- vaticination,
- working hypothesis

- hypothesis collapse
- a tentative theory about the natural world; a concept that is not yet verified but that if true would explain certain facts or phenomena; "a scientific hypothesis that survives experimental testing becomes a scientific theory"; "he proposed a fresh theory of alkalis that later was accepted in chemical practices"
- a proposal intended to explain certain facts or observations related words >

- a priori principle,
- affirmation,
- apriorism,
- assertion,
- assumed position,
- assumption,
- axiom,
- basis,
- categorical proposition,
- conjecture,
- data,
- first principles,
- foundation,
- ground,
- guesswork,
- hypothesis ad hoc,
- inference,
- lemma,
- major premise,
- minor premise,
- philosopheme,
- philosophical proposition,
- position,
- postulate,
- postulation,
- postulatum,
- premise,
- premiss,
- presumption,
- presupposal,
- presupposition,
- proposition,
- propositional function,
- set of postulates,
- speculation,
- statement,
- sumption,
- supposal,
- supposing,
- supposition,
- surmise,
- theorem,
- theory,
- thesis,
- truth table,
- truth-function,
- truth-value,
- working hypothesis

- conjecture collapse
- reasoning that involves the formation of conclusions from incomplete evidence related words >

- assume,
- assumption,
- axiom,
- believe,
- blind guess,
- bold conjecture,
- conceive,
- conclude,
- deem,
- estimate,
- expect,
- fancy,
- feel,
- gather,
- give a guess,
- glean,
- guess,
- guesswork,
- hazard a conjecture,
- hunch,
- hypothesis,
- imagine,
- infer,
- inference,
- judge,
- perhaps,
- postulate,
- postulation,
- postulatum,
- premise,
- presume,
- presumption,
- presupposal,
- presupposition,
- pretend,
- proposition,
- risk assuming,
- rough guess,
- set of postulates,
- shot,
- speculation,
- stab,
- supposal,
- suppose,
- supposing,
- supposition,
- surmise,
- suspect,
- take for granted,
- tentatively suggest,
- thesis,
- think,
- unverified supposition,
- venture a guess,
- wild guess,
- working hypothesis

- theorem collapse
- an idea accepted as a demonstrable truth
- a proposition deducible from basic postulates related words >

- a priori principle,
- a priori truth,
- affirmation,
- apriorism,
- assertion,
- assumed position,
- assumption,
- axiom,
- basis,
- brocard,
- categorical proposition,
- conjecture,
- data,
- deduction,
- dictate,
- dictum,
- first principles,
- formula,
- foundation,
- fundamental,
- golden rule,
- ground,
- hypothesis,
- hypothesis ad hoc,
- law,
- lemma,
- major premise,
- minor premise,
- philosopheme,
- philosophical proposition,
- position,
- postulate,
- postulation,
- postulatum,
- premise,
- presupposition,
- principium,
- principle,
- proposition,
- propositional function,
- rule,
- self-evident truth,
- settled principle,
- statement,
- sumption,
- supposal,
- thesis,
- truism,
- truth,
- truth table,
- truth-function,
- truth-value,
- universal truth

- supposition collapse
- the cognitive process of supposing related words >

- allegory,
- allusion,
- apprehension,
- apriorism,
- arcane meaning,
- assumption,
- axiom,
- belief,
- coloration,
- conceit,
- concept,
- conception,
- conjecture,
- connotation,
- fancy,
- guesswork,
- hint,
- hypothesis,
- idea,
- image,
- imago,
- implication,
- implied meaning,
- import,
- impression,
- inference,
- innuendo,
- intellectual object,
- intimation,
- ironic suggestion,
- meaning,
- memory-trace,
- mental image,
- mental impression,
- metaphorical sense,
- notion,
- nuance,
- observation,
- occult meaning,
- opinion,
- overtone,
- perception,
- perhaps,
- posit,
- postulate,
- postulation,
- postulatum,
- premise,
- presumption,
- presupposal,
- presupposition,
- proposal,
- proposition,
- recept,
- reflection,
- representation,
- sentiment,
- set of postulates,
- speculation,
- subsense,
- subsidiary sense,
- suggestion,
- supposal,
- suppose,
- supposing,
- surmise,
- symbolism,
- theory,
- thesis,
- thought,
- tinge,
- touch,
- undercurrent,
- undermeaning,
- undertone,
- working hypothesis

- inference collapse
- the reasoning involved in drawing a conclusion or making a logical judgment on the basis of circumstantial evidence and prior conclusions rather than on the basis of direct observation related words >

- Baconian method,
- a fortiori reasoning,
- a posteriori reasoning,
- a priori reasoning,
- allegory,
- allusion,
- analysis,
- arcane meaning,
- assumption,
- axiom,
- coloration,
- conclusion,
- conjecture,
- connotation,
- consequence,
- consequent,
- corollary,
- deduction,
- deductive reasoning,
- derivation,
- epagoge,
- generalization,
- guess,
- guessing,
- guesswork,
- hint,
- hypothesis,
- hypothesis and verification,
- illation,
- implication,
- implied meaning,
- import,
- induction,
- inductive reasoning,
- innuendo,
- intimation,
- ironic suggestion,
- judgment,
- meaning,
- metaphorical sense,
- nuance,
- occult meaning,
- overtone,
- particularization,
- philosophical induction,
- postulate,
- postulation,
- postulatum,
- premise,
- presumption,
- presupposal,
- presupposition,
- proposition,
- ratiocination,
- reckoning,
- sequitur,
- set of postulates,
- subsense,
- subsidiary sense,
- suggestion,
- supposal,
- supposing,
- supposition,
- surmise,
- syllogism,
- syllogistic reasoning,
- symbolism,
- synthesis,
- thesis,
- tinge,
- touch,
- undercurrent,
- undermeaning,
- understanding,
- undertone,
- working hypothesis

- surmise collapse
- infer from incomplete evidence related words >

- account as,
- assume,
- assumption,
- axiom,
- be afraid,
- believe,
- blind guess,
- bold conjecture,
- conceive,
- conclude,
- conclusion,
- conjecture,
- consider,
- daresay,
- deduce,
- deem,
- divine,
- dream,
- esteem,
- estimate,
- expect,
- fancy,
- feel,
- feeling,
- gather,
- grant,
- guess,
- guesswork,
- have a hunch,
- have an idea,
- have an impression,
- have an inkling,
- have the idea,
- hold,
- hold as,
- hunch,
- hypothesis,
- hypothesize,
- imagine,
- infer,
- inference,
- judge,
- let,
- let be,
- look upon as,
- maintain,
- notion,
- opine,
- perhaps,
- postulate,
- postulation,
- postulatum,
- prefigure,
- premise,
- presume,
- presumption,
- presupposal,
- presuppose,
- presupposition,
- presurmise,
- pretend,
- proposition,
- provisionally accept,
- reckon,
- regard,
- repute,
- risk assuming,
- rough guess,
- say,
- sense,
- set down as,
- set of postulates,
- shot,
- speculate,
- speculation,
- stab,
- supposal,
- suppose,
- supposing,
- supposition,
- suspect,
- suspicion,
- take,
- take for,
- take for granted,
- take it,
- take to be,
- theorize,
- theory,
- thesis,
- think,
- trow,
- understand,
- understanding,
- unverified supposition,
- venture a guess,
- view as,
- ween,
- wild guess,
- working hypothesis

- theory collapse
- a belief that can guide behavior; "the architect has a theory that more is less"; "they killed him on the theory that dead men tell no tales"
- a well-substantiated explanation of some aspect of the natural world; an organized system of accepted knowledge that applies in a variety of circumstances to explain a specific set of phenomena; "theories can incorporate facts and laws and tested hypotheses"; "true in fact and theory" related words >

- apprehension,
- assumption,
- attitude,
- base,
- basis,
- body of theory,
- climate of opinion,
- common belief,
- community sentiment,
- conceit,
- concept,
- conception,
- conclusion,
- conjecture,
- consensus gentium,
- consideration,
- estimate,
- estimation,
- ethos,
- explanation,
- eye,
- fancy,
- feeling,
- general belief,
- grounds,
- guess,
- guesswork,
- harmonics,
- harmony,
- hunch,
- hypothesis,
- idea,
- image,
- imago,
- impression,
- intellectual object,
- judgment,
- lights,
- melodics,
- memory-trace,
- mental image,
- mental impression,
- mind,
- music,
- music theory,
- musicality,
- musicography,
- musicology,
- mystique,
- notion,
- observation,
- opinion,
- perception,
- perhaps,
- personal judgment,
- point of view,
- popular belief,
- position,
- posture,
- premise,
- presentiment,
- presumption,
- prevailing belief,
- public belief,
- public opinion,
- reaction,
- recept,
- reflection,
- representation,
- rhythmics,
- sentiment,
- sight,
- speculation,
- stance,
- supposal,
- suppose,
- supposition,
- surmise,
- suspicion,
- tentative explanation,
- theoretical structure,
- there,
- thinking,
- thither,
- thitherward,
- thought,
- understanding,
- unified theory,
- view,
- way of thinking,
- yon,
- yonder

- assertion collapse
- a declaration that is made emphatically (as if no supporting evidence were necessary) related words >

- Parthian shot,
- a priori principle,
- address,
- admission,
- affidavit,
- affirmance,
- affirmation,
- allegation,
- announcement,
- annunciation,
- answer,
- apostrophe,
- apriorism,
- asseveration,
- assumed position,
- assumption,
- attest,
- attestation,
- averment,
- avouchment,
- avowal,
- axiom,
- basis,
- categorical proposition,
- comment,
- compurgation,
- conclusion,
- confirmation,
- contention,
- crack,
- creed,
- data,
- declaration,
- deposition,
- dictum,
- disclosure,
- enunciation,
- exclamation,
- expression,
- first principles,
- foundation,
- greeting,
- ground,
- hypothesis,
- hypothesis ad hoc,
- insistence,
- instrument in proof,
- interjection,
- ipse dixit,
- legal evidence,
- lemma,
- major premise,
- manifesto,
- mention,
- minor premise,
- note,
- observation,
- philosopheme,
- philosophical proposition,
- phrase,
- position,
- position paper,
- positive declaration,
- postulate,
- postulation,
- postulatum,
- predicate,
- predication,
- premise,
- presupposition,
- proclamation,
- profession,
- pronouncement,
- proposition,
- propositional function,
- protest,
- protestation,
- question,
- reflection,
- remark,
- representation,
- say,
- say-so,
- saying,
- sentence,
- stance,
- stand,
- statement,
- subjoinder,
- sumption,
- supposal,
- sworn evidence,
- sworn statement,
- sworn testimony,
- testimonial,
- testimonium,
- testimony,
- theorem,
- thesis,
- thought,
- truth table,
- truth-function,
- truth-value,
- utterance,
- vouch,
- witness,
- word

- premise collapse
- a statement that is assumed to be true and from which a conclusion can be drawn; "on the assumption that he has been injured we can infer that he will not to play"
- take something as preexisting and given
- set forth beforehand, often as an explanation; "He premised these remarks so that his readers might understand" related words >

- a priori principle,
- affirmation,
- ancestor,
- antecedent,
- apriorism,
- argue,
- assert,
- assertion,
- assume,
- assumed position,
- assumption,
- avant-propos,
- axiom,
- basis,
- basis for belief,
- body of evidence,
- breakthrough,
- categorical proposition,
- chain of evidence,
- clue,
- conjecture,
- data,
- datum,
- documentation,
- evidence,
- exhibit,
- exordium,
- fact,
- facts,
- first principles,
- forerunner,
- foreword,
- foundation,
- front matter,
- frontispiece,
- ground,
- grounds,
- grounds for belief,
- guesswork,
- hypothecate,
- hypothesis,
- hypothesis ad hoc,
- hypothesize,
- indication,
- inference,
- innovation,
- introduce,
- introduction,
- item of evidence,
- leap,
- lemma,
- major premise,
- manifestation,
- mark,
- material grounds,
- minor premise,
- muniments,
- mute witness,
- overture,
- philosopheme,
- philosophical proposition,
- piece of evidence,
- posit,
- position,
- postulate,
- postulation,
- postulatum,
- preamble,
- precedent,
- precursor,
- predicate,
- preface,
- prefix,
- prefixture,
- preliminary,
- prelude,
- premises,
- premiss,
- presume,
- presumption,
- presupposal,
- presuppose,
- presupposition,
- proem,
- prolegomena,
- prolegomenon,
- prolepsis,
- prologize,
- prologue,
- proof,
- proposal,
- propose,
- proposition,
- propositional function,
- protasis,
- put forth,
- reason to believe,
- relevant fact,
- set forth,
- set of postulates,
- sign,
- statement,
- sumption,
- supposal,
- suppose,
- supposing,
- supposition,
- surmise,
- symptom,
- theorem,
- theorize,
- thesis,
- token,
- truth table,
- truth-function,
- truth-value,
- verse,
- voluntary,
- working hypothesis

- presupposition collapse
- the act of presupposing; a supposition made prior to having knowledge (as for the purpose of argument) related words >

- a priori principle,
- act,
- affect,
- affirmation,
- allegory,
- allusion,
- apriorism,
- arcane meaning,
- assertion,
- assumed position,
- assumption,
- avant-propos,
- axiom,
- basis,
- beguile,
- belief,
- bluff,
- breakthrough,
- categorical proposition,
- coloration,
- conjecture,
- connotation,
- conviction,
- counterfeit,
- data,
- deceive,
- deduction,
- delude,
- exordium,
- fake,
- feign,
- first principles,
- forejudgment,
- foreword,
- foundation,
- front matter,
- frontispiece,
- ground,
- guess,
- guesswork,
- hint,
- hypothesis,
- hypothesis ad hoc,
- implication,
- implied meaning,
- import,
- inference,
- innovation,
- innuendo,
- intimation,
- introduction,
- ironic suggestion,
- judgment,
- leap,
- lemma,
- major premise,
- make believe,
- meaning,
- metaphorical sense,
- minor premise,
- mislead,
- nuance,
- occult meaning,
- opinion,
- overtone,
- overture,
- parti pris,
- philosopheme,
- philosophical proposition,
- posit,
- position,
- postulate,
- postulation,
- postulatum,
- preamble,
- preapprehension,
- preconception,
- preconclusion,
- preconsideration,
- predecision,
- predetermination,
- predilection,
- predisposition,
- preface,
- prefix,
- prefixture,
- prejudgment,
- prejudication,
- prejudice,
- preliminary,
- prelude,
- premature judgment,
- premise,
- prenotion,
- prepossession,
- presume,
- presumption,
- presupposal,
- presurmise,
- pretend,
- proem,
- profess,
- prolegomena,
- prolegomenon,
- prolepsis,
- prologue,
- proposition,
- propositional function,
- protasis,
- purport,
- put on,
- set of postulates,
- sham,
- simulate,
- statement,
- subsense,
- subsidiary sense,
- suggestion,
- sumption,
- supposal,
- suppose,
- supposing,
- supposition,
- surmise,
- symbolism,
- theorem,
- thesis,
- think,
- tinge,
- touch,
- truth table,
- truth-function,
- truth-value,
- undercurrent,
- undermeaning,
- undertone,
- verse,
- view,
- voluntary,
- working hypothesis

- affirmation collapse
- a judgment by a higher court that the judgment of a lower court was correct and should stand
- (religion) a solemn declaration that serves the same purpose as an oath (if an oath is objectionable to the person on religious or ethical grounds)
- the act of affirming or asserting or stating something related words >

- John Hancock,
- OK,
- Parthian shot,
- a priori principle,
- acceptance,
- accord,
- acquiescence,
- address,
- admission,
- affidavit,
- affirmance,
- affirmative,
- affirmative voice,
- agreement,
- allegation,
- answer,
- apostrophe,
- approbation,
- approval,
- apriorism,
- assent,
- assertion,
- asseveration,
- assumed position,
- assumption,
- attest,
- attestation,
- authentication,
- authorization,
- averment,
- avouchment,
- avowal,
- axiom,
- aye,
- backing,
- backing up,
- basis,
- bearing out,
- blessing,
- bolstering,
- buttressing,
- categorical proposition,
- certification,
- circumstantiation,
- comment,
- compliance,
- compurgation,
- confirmation,
- connivance,
- consent,
- corroboration,
- corroboratory evidence,
- countersignature,
- crack,
- data,
- declaration,
- deposition,
- dictum,
- disclosure,
- documentation,
- eagerness,
- endorsement,
- exclamation,
- expression,
- first principles,
- fortification,
- foundation,
- go-ahead,
- green light,
- greeting,
- ground,
- hypothesis,
- hypothesis ad hoc,
- imprimatur,
- instrument in proof,
- interjection,
- legal evidence,
- lemma,
- major premise,
- mention,
- minor premise,
- nod,
- notarization,
- notarized statement,
- note,
- observation,
- okay,
- permission,
- philosopheme,
- philosophical proposition,
- phrase,
- position,
- postulate,
- postulation,
- postulatum,
- premise,
- presupposition,
- profession,
- promptitude,
- promptness,
- pronouncement,
- proof,
- proposition,
- propositional function,
- proving,
- proving out,
- question,
- ratification,
- readiness,
- reflection,
- reinforcement,
- remark,
- rubber stamp,
- sanction,
- say,
- saying,
- seal,
- sentence,
- sigil,
- signature,
- signet,
- stamp,
- stamp of approval,
- statement,
- statement under oath,
- strengthening,
- subjoinder,
- submission,
- subscription,
- substantiation,
- sumption,
- support,
- supporting evidence,
- supposal,
- swearing,
- sworn evidence,
- sworn statement,
- sworn testimony,
- testimonial,
- testimonium,
- testimony,
- the nod,
- theorem,
- thesis,
- thought,
- truth table,
- truth-function,
- truth-value,
- undergirding,
- ungrudgingness,
- unloathness,
- unreluctance,
- utterance,
- validation,
- verification,
- visa,
- vise,
- vouching,
- warrant,
- willingness,
- witness,
- word

- proposition collapse
- a task to be dealt with; "securing adequate funding is a time-consuming proposition"
- (logic) a statement that affirms or denies something and is either true or false
- an offer for a private bargain (especially a request for sexual favors)
- suggest sex to; "She was propositioned by a stranger at the party" related words >

- a priori principle,
- a priori truth,
- accost,
- advance,
- affair,
- affirmance,
- affirmation,
- allegation,
- announcement,
- annunciation,
- approach,
- apriorism,
- assertion,
- asseveration,
- assumed position,
- assumption,
- attempt,
- averment,
- avouchment,
- avowal,
- axiom,
- basis,
- bring before,
- bring forward,
- bring up,
- broach,
- brocard,
- business,
- categorical proposition,
- commend to attention,
- commitment,
- conclusion,
- conjecture,
- contract,
- creed,
- data,
- deal,
- declaration,
- dictate,
- dictum,
- effort,
- engagement,
- enterprise,
- enunciation,
- first principles,
- formula,
- foundation,
- game plan,
- golden rule,
- ground,
- guesswork,
- hypothesis,
- hypothesis ad hoc,
- importune,
- improper suggestion,
- indecent proposal,
- inference,
- instance,
- introduce,
- invitation,
- ipse dixit,
- launch,
- law,
- lay before,
- lemma,
- major premise,
- make a motion,
- make a pass,
- make advances,
- make an overture,
- manifesto,
- minor premise,
- moot,
- motion,
- move,
- obligation,
- offer a resolution,
- open up,
- operation,
- overture,
- pass,
- philosopheme,
- philosophical proposition,
- plan,
- pose,
- position,
- position paper,
- positive declaration,
- postulate,
- postulation,
- postulatum,
- predicate,
- predication,
- prefer,
- premise,
- presumption,
- presupposal,
- presupposition,
- principium,
- principle,
- proclamation,
- profession,
- proffer,
- program,
- project,
- projection,
- pronouncement,
- proposal,
- propose,
- propositional function,
- propound,
- prospectus,
- protest,
- protestation,
- put,
- put forth,
- put forward,
- put it to,
- recommend,
- request,
- resolution,
- rule,
- say,
- say-so,
- saying,
- scenario,
- self-evident truth,
- set before,
- set forth,
- set of postulates,
- settled principle,
- sexual advance,
- solicit,
- stance,
- stand,
- start,
- statement,
- submit,
- suggest,
- suggestion,
- sumption,
- supposal,
- supposing,
- supposition,
- surmise,
- task,
- theorem,
- thesis,
- throw a pass,
- truism,
- truth,
- truth table,
- truth-function,
- truth-value,
- undertaking,
- universal truth,
- utterance,
- venture,
- vouch,
- word,
- work,
- working hypothesis

- axiom collapse
- (logic) a proposition that is not susceptible of proof or disproof; its truth is assumed to be self-evident related words >

- a belief,
- a priori principle,
- a priori truth,
- absolute fact,
- accepted fact,
- actual fact,
- adage,
- admitted fact,
- affirmation,
- ana,
- analects,
- aphorism,
- apothegm,
- apriorism,
- article of faith,
- assertion,
- assumed position,
- assumption,
- bald fact,
- bare fact,
- basis,
- brocard,
- brutal fact,
- byword,
- canon,
- catchword,
- categorical proposition,
- center,
- circumstance,
- cold fact,
- collected sayings,
- conceded fact,
- conjecture,
- core,
- current saying,
- data,
- datum,
- demonstrable fact,
- dictate,
- dictum,
- distich,
- doctrine,
- dogma,
- elixir,
- empirical fact,
- epigram,
- essence,
- essential,
- established fact,
- expression,
- fact,
- fact of experience,
- first principles,
- flower,
- focus,
- formula,
- foundation,
- fundamental,
- gist,
- given fact,
- gnome,
- golden rule,
- golden saying,
- gravamen,
- ground,
- guesswork,
- hard fact,
- heart,
- hypostasis,
- hypothesis,
- hypothesis ad hoc,
- indisputable fact,
- inescapable fact,
- inference,
- inner essence,
- kernel,
- law,
- lemma,
- major premise,
- marrow,
- matter of fact,
- maxim,
- meat,
- minor premise,
- moral,
- mot,
- motto,
- naked fact,
- not guesswork,
- not opinion,
- nub,
- nucleus,
- nuts and bolts,
- oracle,
- philosopheme,
- philosophical proposition,
- phrase,
- pith,
- pithy saying,
- plain,
- position,
- positive fact,
- postulate,
- postulation,
- postulatum,
- precept,
- premise,
- prescript,
- presumption,
- presupposal,
- presupposition,
- principium,
- principle,
- proposition,
- propositional function,
- provable fact,
- proverb,
- proverbial saying,
- proverbs,
- quid,
- quiddity,
- quintessence,
- rule,
- salient fact,
- sap,
- saw,
- saying,
- self-evident fact,
- self-evident truth,
- sentence,
- sententious expression,
- set of postulates,
- settled principle,
- significant fact,
- simple fact,
- sloka,
- sober fact,
- soul,
- spirit,
- statement,
- stock saying,
- stubborn fact,
- stuff,
- substance,
- sumption,
- supposal,
- supposing,
- supposition,
- surmise,
- sutra,
- teaching,
- tenet,
- text,
- the case,
- the nitty-gritty,
- theorem,
- thesis,
- truism,
- truth,
- truth table,
- truth-function,
- truth-value,
- undeniable fact,
- universal truth,
- verse,
- well-known fact,
- wisdom,
- wisdom literature,
- wise saying,
- witticism,
- word,
- words of wisdom,
- working hypothesis

- basis collapse
- the fundamental assumptions from which something is begun or developed or calculated or explained; "the whole argument rested on a basis of conjecture"
- the most important or necessary part of something; "the basis of this drink is orange juice" related words >

- Anschauung,
- a priori principle,
- affirmation,
- ambition,
- angle,
- angle of vision,
- antecedents,
- apriorism,
- aspiration,
- assertion,
- assumed position,
- assumption,
- axiom,
- base,
- basement,
- bearing wall,
- bed,
- bedding,
- bedrock,
- bottom,
- burden,
- call,
- calling,
- case,
- categorical proposition,
- causation,
- cause,
- cause and effect,
- chapter,
- concern,
- consideration,
- data,
- determinant,
- determinative,
- element,
- essence,
- etiology,
- eye,
- factor,
- first principles,
- floor,
- flooring,
- focus of attention,
- focus of interest,
- fond,
- footing,
- foundation,
- frame of reference,
- framework,
- fundament,
- fundamental,
- gist,
- goal,
- good reason,
- ground,
- grounds,
- groundwork,
- guiding light,
- guiding star,
- hardpan,
- head,
- heading,
- heart,
- hypothesis,
- hypothesis ad hoc,
- ideal,
- infrastructure,
- inspiration,
- intention,
- issue,
- justification,
- law,
- lemma,
- light,
- line of departure,
- living issue,
- lodestar,
- main point,
- mainspring,
- major premise,
- material basis,
- matter,
- matter in hand,
- meat,
- mental outlook,
- minor premise,
- motif,
- motive,
- occasion,
- outlook,
- pavement,
- philosopheme,
- philosophical proposition,
- place,
- point,
- point at issue,
- point in question,
- point of departure,
- point of view,
- port of embarkation,
- position,
- postulate,
- postulation,
- postulatum,
- premise,
- presumption,
- presupposition,
- principle,
- problem,
- proposition,
- propositional function,
- question,
- radical,
- reason,
- reference system,
- regard,
- respect,
- rest,
- right,
- riprap,
- rock bottom,
- root,
- rubric,
- rudiment,
- sake,
- score,
- seat,
- side,
- sight,
- sill,
- situation,
- slant,
- solid ground,
- solid rock,
- source,
- spring,
- stand,
- standpoint,
- start,
- starting gate,
- starting place,
- starting point,
- starting post,
- statement,
- stereobate,
- stimulus,
- stylobate,
- subject,
- subject matter,
- subject of thought,
- substance,
- substratum,
- substruction,
- substructure,
- sumption,
- supposal,
- system,
- takeoff,
- terra firma,
- text,
- theme,
- theorem,
- thesis,
- topic,
- truth table,
- truth-function,
- truth-value,
- ulterior motive,
- underbuilding,
- undercarriage,
- undergirding,
- underpinning,
- understruction,
- understructure,
- universe,
- view,
- viewpoint,
- vocation,
- warrant

- postulate collapse
- (logic) a proposition that is accepted as true in order to provide a basis for logical reasoning
- take as a given; assume as a postulate or axiom; "He posited three basic laws of nature" related words >

- a priori principle,
- a priori truth,
- absolute fact,
- accepted fact,
- actual fact,
- admitted fact,
- advance,
- affirm,
- affirmation,
- apriorism,
- assert,
- assertion,
- assume,
- assumed position,
- assumption,
- avant-propos,
- aver,
- axiom,
- bald fact,
- bare fact,
- basis,
- breakthrough,
- bring before,
- bring forward,
- bring up,
- broach,
- brocard,
- brutal fact,
- call,
- categorical proposition,
- center,
- challenge,
- circumstance,
- claim,
- cold fact,
- commend to attention,
- conceded fact,
- conjecture,
- core,
- data,
- datum,
- demonstrable fact,
- dictate,
- dictum,
- elixir,
- empirical fact,
- essence,
- essential,
- established fact,
- exact,
- exordium,
- fact,
- fact of experience,
- first principles,
- flower,
- focus,
- foreword,
- formula,
- foundation,
- front matter,
- frontispiece,
- fundamental,
- gist,
- given fact,
- golden rule,
- gravamen,
- ground,
- guesswork,
- hard fact,
- heart,
- hypostasis,
- hypothesis,
- hypothesis ad hoc,
- indisputable fact,
- inescapable fact,
- inference,
- inner essence,
- innovation,
- introduce,
- introduction,
- kernel,
- launch,
- law,
- lay before,
- lay down,
- leap,
- lemma,
- major premise,
- make a motion,
- marrow,
- matter of fact,
- meat,
- minor premise,
- moot,
- move,
- naked fact,
- not guesswork,
- not opinion,
- nub,
- nucleus,
- nuts and bolts,
- offer a resolution,
- open up,
- overture,
- philosopheme,
- philosophical proposition,
- pith,
- plain,
- pose,
- posit,
- position,
- positive fact,
- postulation,
- postulatum,
- preamble,
- predicate,
- preface,
- prefer,
- prefix,
- prefixture,
- preliminary,
- prelude,
- premise,
- presume,
- presumption,
- presupposal,
- presupposition,
- principium,
- principle,
- proem,
- prolegomena,
- prolegomenon,
- prolepsis,
- prologue,
- propose,
- proposition,
- propositional function,
- propound,
- protasis,
- provable fact,
- put forth,
- put forward,
- put it to,
- quid,
- quiddity,
- quintessence,
- recommend,
- require,
- requisition,
- rule,
- salient fact,
- sap,
- self-evident fact,
- self-evident truth,
- set before,
- set forth,
- set of postulates,
- settled principle,
- significant fact,
- simple fact,
- sober fact,
- solicit,
- soul,
- spirit,
- start,
- statement,
- stubborn fact,
- stuff,
- submit,
- substance,
- suggest,
- sumption,
- supposal,
- supposing,
- supposition,
- surmise,
- the case,
- the nitty-gritty,
- theorem,
- thesis,
- truism,
- truth,
- truth table,
- truth-function,
- truth-value,
- undeniable fact,
- universal truth,
- verse,
- voluntary,
- well-known fact,
- working hypothesis

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