supposition

[n] - the cognitive process of supposing
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Supposition

Sup`po┬Ěsi'tion noun [ French supposition , Latin suppositio a placing under, a substitution, from supponere , suppositium , to put under, to substitute. The word has the meaning corresponding to suppose . See Sub- , and Position .] 1. The act...
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Supposition

• (n.) That which is supposed; hypothesis; conjecture; surmise; opinion or belief without sufficient evidence. • (n.) The act of supposing, laying down, imagining, or considering as true or existing, what is known not to be true, or what is not proved.
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supposition

(from the article `logic, history of`) Many of the characteristically medieval logical doctrines in the Logica moderna centred around the notion of `supposition` (suppositio). Already by ...
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supposition

the cognitive process of conjecturing
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