Human actions are swayed, in most fields of activity, by a few relatively simple conceptions and underlying beliefs. These are usually instilled at a relatively early age and become assumptions that cannot readily be disregarded. The beliefs may be rarely articulated or never even thought about at all. They are part of a customary framework of thought that is taken for granted, never questioned, and becomes the starting-point on which action is based.


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