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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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Therefore, we have three types of neutrosophic axiomatic systems:
This cannot be equated with religious rhetoric, which searches for ad hoc, non-disprovable justifications of an immutable axiomatic ethical framework.
The Ministry stresses in a press release Tuesday that the axiomatic logic puts the U.
He advocates a complete reworking of the axiomatic and economic-ethical bases of today's financial system, converting from the liberal to a social-liberal economic system.
The statement added: " In spite of this declaration is axiomatic in politics and the media, but we affirm it as a result of our observation that some of the media and news sites resort to use some words or phrase, which are not credible or quote words of a member of the Coalition to describing them as the position of the coalition, and this contradicts the professional work of media .
We take it as axiomatic that our trial courts dispense justice.
Along the way, it furthers Jung's original concepts while placing them on a solid axiomatic foundation not processed by other personality theories, avoiding potential logical errors in the traditional "type dynamics" method.
It is axiomatic to say that the change will be the same in both countries.
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.
Certain axiomatic theories of truth are reducible to certain other theories of truth.