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Chapter 23. Challenging Assumptions

To develop the strongest and most accurate explanations possible, we must become aware of biases and unspoken assumptions that might cloud our reasoning. Such beliefs grow out of the explanations we develop about how the world works.

Assumptions are beliefs that are presumed. They are usually unstated beliefs that support expressed reasoning.


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