Axiology Axiom Axiomatic Axiothea

~ AXIOLOGY   start see> ADAGE
             id+ | WORTHINESS | implies
             id+ | SYSTEM of VALUES |
~ AXIOM      id+ | SELF EVIDENT |
~ AXIOMATIC  id+ | ASSERTION BASED ON AUTHORITY |
~ AXIOTHEA   id+ | NAME FOR FEMALES IMPLYING WORTHINESS |
             id+ | CONCERNS THE NATURE OF VALUE AND
                   TYPES OF VALUE as in
                   MORAL     AXIOMS
                   ESTHETIC  AXIOMS
                   RELIGIOUS AXIOMS |
  note nuances and contrasts in
  id+ | ADAGE and ADAGIO implies
        FRIENDLY WISDOM plus MEMORABLE |
  id+ | APHORISM or APHORISTIC imply
        CONCISE ASSERTION or DEFINITION
         at times TERSE |
  id+ | MAXIM implies SETTING LIMITS as per
        MUROS sp for WALLS |
  note nuances in a constellation or related terms
       ADAGE  ADAGE  APHORISM  AXIOM  BYWORD  CLICHE
  DICTUM  EPITOME  HOMILY  MAXIM  MOTTO  PRECEPT
  PROVERB  SAYING  SLOGAN
  note etymology
  gr AXIOS = WORTHY
     AXIOMA  AUTHORITY or WORTHY THOUGHT
     AXIOUM  TO THINK
  hx> A BRANCH OF PHILOSOPHY DEDICATED TO
      THE STUDY OF VALUES AND THEIR NATURE
  hx> ONE FAMOUS AXIOTHEA WAS A TRANSVESTITE or
      A WOMAN WHO WORE
  MASCULINE VESTMENTS or ATTIRE   sug>   VESTAL
  SHE CAME TO ATHENS TO ATTEND    sug> INVEST
  THE "GARDEN SCHOOL" OF          sug> DIVEST
  EPICURUS [#] ONE OF THE FEW     sug> INVESTIGATE
  PHILOSOPHERS THAT ACCEPTED      sug>    VESTIGE
  FEMALE STUDENTS
  cont> see> BYWORD
      

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