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I guess I tend to agree with the presupposition of your question that making people better off ought to be inspiring in itself.
Over several days, a lab tech with no presuppositions about a universal conspiracy toward cubes painstakingly counted faces and vertices on hundreds of grains.Scientists Uncover the Universal Geometry of Geology|Joshua Sokol|November 19, 2020|Quanta Magazine
Visions of utopian living are always based on presuppositions about what kinds of urban spaces make people happier or healthier.AI planners in Minecraft could help machines design better cities|Will Heaven|September 22, 2020|MIT Technology Review
These are all things which cannot be proved by rational enquiry, but which must be presupposed in order for rational enquiry to take place.The Universe Knows Right from Wrong - Issue 89: The Dark Side|Philip Goff|September 9, 2020|Nautilus
The key presupposition of the scientist is not “There is no God” but rather “The world speaks truthfully of its nature.”
That matter lasts and cannot disappear is such a presupposition, which comes to us with the necessity of logical thinking.Psychotherapy|Hugo Mnsterberg
By “presupposition” is meant a fundamental principle which the psychologist always has in mind.The Science of Human Nature|William Henry Pyle
If that scientific presupposition is absent from Magic and from Religion, it is implicitly present in mechanical behaviour.The Psychological Origin and the Nature of Religion|James H. Leuba
For every human presupposition and declaration has as much authority one as another, if reason do not make the difference.
To those that contend upon presupposition we must, on the contrary, presuppose to them the same axiom upon which the dispute is.