- n. Plural form of axioma.
“Or– Mothers Against Destructive Debt (MADD), though that might be a little redundant.axiomata(Quote)”
“For the Stoics, only axiomata, and not the words used to articulate them, were properly said to be true or false.”
“Among the most characteristic are the following: athuta pallakon spermata; amorphoi edrai; osa axiomata pros archontas; oi kata polin kairoi; muthos, used in several places of ‘the discourse about laws;’ and connected with this the frequent use of paramuthion and paramutheisthai in the general sense of ‘address,’”
“His scala intellectus has two contrary movements “upwards and downwards: from axiomata to experimenta and opera and back again” (PÃ©rez-Ramos, 1988, 236).”
“Præterea et is primus fuit, qui post erectam a tua sublimitate Academiam, in eadem Christianissima aliquot axiomata palam et doctissime, me hoc illi consulente, asseruit.”
“Finally, the emperor leaves the church wearing his crown and going to the metatorium seats himself upon his throne while the dignitaries (axiomata) come and do homage by kissing his knees.”
“And it is to the genius of Israel that we owe that rigorously logical interpretation of the _axiomata media_ of legalism, which issued in due season in”
“Consider for a moment what flows from these axiomata; it will result, I think, that Honour, Religion, and Love, the three fortresses of the human soul, will be found deeply involved with them.”
“But it is of Plato after all we should be thinking; of the comparatively temperate thoughts, the axiomata media, he was able to derive, by a  sort of compromise, from the impossible paradox of his ancient master.”
“The principles of Ethology are properly the middle principles, the _axiomata media_ (as Bacon would have said) of the science of mind: as distinguished, on the one hand, from the empirical laws resulting from simple observation, and, on the other, from the highest generalizations.”
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