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what does 'axiomatic' actually mean (in terms of english language)? the internet just gives contradicting answers and it's confusing me
e.g. an axiomatic statement
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It is mainly maths related. It means unquestionable. 2+2 = 4 is an axiomatic statement.
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(Original post by anton31)
It is mainly maths related. It means unquestionable. 2+2 = 4 is an axiomatic statement.
thanks, but i was actually looking for a definition to do with english language haha
my bad i should've specified it
but maybe that could be applied to the english definition? like maybe it means 'unquestionable' but the different websites were saying so many different things
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In philosophy an axiom is a statement that cannot be doubted which other knowledge is built upon e.g. descartes‘ ‘I think therefore I am’. Idk if that’s helpful at all lol
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self-evident
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