# Axioms in a sentence ðŸ”Š

#### Definition of Axioms

plural of axiom

## Short Example Sentences for Axioms

- 1. All
**axioms**are verbal propositions. ðŸ”Š - 2. But neither of these
**axioms**is universally correct. ðŸ”Š - 3. The details of these
**axioms**do not now concern us. ðŸ”Š - 4. Spinoza believed his definitions and
**axioms**expressed. ðŸ”Š - 5. These
**axioms**help us to build up certain propositions. ðŸ”Š - 6. By Machiavelian
**axioms**taught? ðŸ”Š - 7. Into the ground of these
**axioms**the geometrician does not enquire. ðŸ”Š - 8. On the other hand, what are
**axioms**to you are often problems to them. ðŸ”Š - 9. This disposition to cavil at received
**axioms**has beset me through life. ðŸ”Š - 10. The principles of ethics are immutable
**axioms**like those of geometry. ðŸ”Š - 11. To these
**axioms**agreed the press, the pulpit and the politician. ðŸ”Š - 12. If the
**axioms**mean anything for men, they mean something for women. ðŸ”Š - 13. The principles of Jefferson are the definitions and
**axioms**of free society. ðŸ”Š - 14. It is not this which is denied by the
**axioms**of Montaigne and Bacon. ðŸ”Š

## How to use Axioms in Sentences?

- 1. Reality is to be set forth in theorems derived from fundamental
**axioms**and definitions. ðŸ”Š - 2. For us it still lies beyond reason, but is beginning to be clearer than the
**axioms**of reason. ðŸ”Š - 3. The entire books of Euclid are after all but the outcome of a few
**axioms**and accepted definitions. ðŸ”Š - 4. The process of proof is purely Deductive (the
**axioms**and definitions being granted). ðŸ”Š - 5. First, there are Axioms or Principles, that is real, universal, self-evident propositions. ðŸ”Š
- 6. The consistency of the axiom of choice and of the generalized continuum-hypothesis with the
**axioms**of set theory. ðŸ”Š - 7. Why may not even our sense of the validity of inference and of the truth of the
**axioms**of geometry be a pure hallucination? ðŸ”Š - 8. Congruence is extended in any space beyond parallel rects to all rects by two
**axioms**depending on perpendicularity. ðŸ”Š - 9. In modern expositions of the
**axioms**of geometry certain conditions are laid down which the relation of congruence between segments is to satisfy. ðŸ”Š - 10. By the aid of these two
**axioms**the theory of congruence can be extended so as to compare lengths of segments on any two rects. ðŸ”Š - 11. Ethics have their
**axioms**like other sciences; and these**axioms**are rightly called in all languages moral truths. ðŸ”Š - 12. The reader will of course understand the precise amount of seasoning which must be added to it before he adopts it as one of the
**axioms**of his life. ðŸ”Š - 13. It is very evident that there are no mathematics without
**axioms**and definitions, that is to say, without absolute principles. ðŸ”Š - 14. We cannot prove all our
**axioms**by the study of errors and, indeed, are by no means solely dependent on this material. ðŸ”Š - 15. We must know how to write longhand before we can write shorthand; we must know the
**axioms**before we can propound original geometric theories. ðŸ”Š - 16. These two high art
**axioms**may be given as a safe foundation for the choice of colors, in following which no one can greatly err. ðŸ”Š - 17. There was a well-dressed bald-headed individual laying down the
**axioms**of that very Socialism of which Geisner and he had been talking. ðŸ”Š - 18. The essential logical characteristics of this relation from which all the properties of space spring are expressed by mathematicians in the
**axioms**of geometry. ðŸ”Š - 19. The Mathematical Axioms would then never be applicable to space or time, or to the objects or processes that fill them. ðŸ”Š
- 20. A man who was continuously firing off adages and
**axioms**would be as terrible an infliction as the inveterate anecdotist or the everlasting pun-producer. ðŸ”Š - 21. By means of these
**axioms**formulae for the transformation of measurements made in one time-system to measurements of the same facts of nature made in another time-system can be deduced. ðŸ”Š