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axiomatic

, axiomatical
(of a logical system) consisting of a set of axioms from which theorems are derived by transformation rules
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What does it mean to be free," Simpson asks, "[for] it has become virtually axiomatic in the modern world that freedom is only possible under modern arrangements and that it hardly existed before.
Decomposition process of product design using axiomatic design and design structure matrix
Based on all this, some ask an axiomatic question: Will Najib Mikati submit his resignation if Nasrallah's expectation comes true that the [STL's] funding will not pass?
It became axiomatic that if travelers wanted to greet friends, it would be "under the station clock.
However, it was not axiomatic that we would get what we now have.
It is axiomatic that patients are safer in or adjacent to larger hospitals where a wide range of specialists in different disciplines are available around the clock to deal with complications.
Pakistanis have long imagined "the Bomb" as a panacea for all ills, said Hoodbhoy, adding that it became axiomatic that, in addition to providing total security, the Bomb would give help them take Kashmir, give Pakistan international visibility, create national pride and elevate the country's technological status.
of California-Los Angeles) demonstrates how axiomatic methods in the framework of projective mathematics work in computer science, achieving a high abstract level for a comprehensive unification of many important results in the theory of algorithms.
It's axiomatic that credit unions and other mortgage lenders don't want to foreclose on houses.
It is axiomatic among many historians that without cities there would be no history and as a result, histories of cities are frequently written.
PERHAPS the most unsatisfactory outcome of the recent election is that we now have a coalition which includes the most pro-European Union party, the Liberal Democrats, and it is axiomatic that David Cameron will be unable to keep his promise (if he ever wanted to) to cede no more powers to Brussels.
or Before the real estate Crash), it was axiomatic that you could sell a home for more than you paid for it in New York City.