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axiomatic

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(of a logical system) consisting of a set of axioms from which theorems are derived by transformation rules
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Even in cases where only marriage or only childbearing was at issue, the Court consistently referred to the concepts of marriage and childbirth together in the same phrase, nearly axiomatically.
21) We hold axiomatically that G's algorithmic audit selection process (discussed more fully infra text accompanying note 25) remains essentially unchanged from one year to the next.
Axiomatically, it means the method they chose for an end ( power) fell short of legitimacy in the Arendtian perspective.
typical for-profit developer is axiomatically an amoral, profit-seeking
All of these law professors have, in theory, dedicated their lives to the study of this axiomatically adversarial system.
With Badiou, I would see a truly alternative approach to ontology as rejecting commitments to the One in both dimensions and as, axiomatically, asserting a commitment that the "One is not" or, more affirmatively, to the "Not-All" (Bryant, 2011).
By "labeling so many people at low risk of symptoms as having chronic kidney disease, the new definition axiomatically produces overdiagnosis," Dr.
Growing at 5% with average annual inflation around 6%, axiomatically indicates that nominal growth must exceed 11%.
In the book, he mathematically demonstrated that aggregation of individual preferences into a social welfare function--even in utility space--is impossible unless one is willing to violate some conditions that seem axiomatically obvious.
In comparison with state and national figures on HBB, Casey has strong potential for significant growth in EBD, which then axiomatically leads to community development (Rowe et al.
We know, axiomatically, how it is with victors in one cause and another--they claim the spoils and write the history; in the latter case, untangling heroism from villainy, assigning significance to the outcomes, defining challenges still to come.
This battle is drawn from the duplicity of Life itself, which is axiomatically death-dealing; birth is the claim check on both life and death.