All known religious beliefs, whether simple or complex, present one common characteristic: they presuppose a classification of all things, real and ideal, of which men think, into two classes or opposed groups, generally designated profane and sacred.
Hitherto the nude has always been represented in poses which presuppose an audience; but these women of mine are honest, simple folk, unconcerned by any other interests than those involved in their physical condition. Here is another; she is washing her feet. It is as if you looked through a key-hole.edgar degas
We are a religious people whose institutions presuppose a Supreme Being.william o. douglas
rights presuppose duties, if they are not to become mere licence
I pre-suppose, of course, a reader who is willing to learn something new and therefore to think for himself.karl marx
From Gadamer I learned that to understand a given thinker requires one to presuppose that he is right.hans-georg gadamer