basic proposition

noun
protocol ( def 6 ).
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His basic proposition was that our motivations remain largely hidden in our unconscious minds.
As a basic proposition, political parties are regarded as self-governing.
Today, that same basic proposition is often recognized as professional judgment immunity or judgmental immunity.
They logically build on one another and stand for the same basic proposition.
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