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Axiomatic Theory

For a theory to be axiomatic, it must follow a deductive logic flow, from major premise, to minor premise, to logically deduced consequences. Adapted from Euclidian mathematics and later enhancements, applications of axiomatic theory to education and the social sciences express ...

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