From Mennochio De Praesumptione, p. 6

- Presumption: pre (before) sumptio (saying), that which we take for true before it has been legitimately proved.
- Indicium: is born from plausibility.

"Rhetoric may be defined as the faculty of discovering the possible means of persuasion." Aristotle, Reth. I.2.1

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