People usually talk as if it was some absolute truth what they are saying. What philosophy has taught me is that we cannot be sure of anything. For everything there exists some counterargument. If a person tells me that 2+2=4 without some other information to justify it (by saying for example that it is true only if you accept some axioms and rules of inference as true), it doesn't seem obviously true to me at all. Another example could be the following: I'm standing on a street, next to me stands John and right in front of us stands a huge house. John tells me "in front of you stands a huge house," as it was some absolute fact that cannot be doubt by some "brain in a vat" argument. Yes, it makes sense to me that he doesn't say "In front of you stands a huge house if you accept that what you see is real etc etc."
I wonder how do we call this tendency to call things to be facts without further justification, even though we might sometimes know that the thing we are saying is based on some implicit assumptions of ours? Is there some name in philosophy for common assumptions in the community (in a sense as if it would be some "axioms" which the community in which a person lives implicitly assumed and don't justify, because everyone know the assumed "axioms" in this community)? Are there some keywords for this topic you would recommend me to google and read about?