Axiomatic System

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Axiomatic System

An Axiomatic System is a set of statements, called axioms, and some inference rules, usually those of classical logics. The statements are usually taken to be self-evident truths which need not be proved, but in fact they can be anything at all. In the modern view, axioms are just rules for manipulating a set of symbols: interpretation of those axioms and symbols lies outside the system itself.

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