The story behind the name is that originally the studio was going to be call Pagan's but I felt it might give the wrong expression because of the many misconceptions of the word Pagan. So, the woman I was seeing at the time Anna, looked up the definition in the Dictionary and it said, "To believe something is Axiomatic." After looking up the definition of Axiom, I knew I had the right name.
The Oxford Companion to the English Language, © Tom McArthur 1992 defines Axiom as, "[15c: from Latin axioma, Greek axioma something worthy or appropriate]. (1) A generally accepted principle or rule, especially when framed as a brief statement; a self-evident truth considered to require no proof: What goes up must come down. Compare Truism. (2) In logic, mathematics, and sometimes linguistics, a proposition assumed without the provision of proof, for the sake of studying the consequences that follow from it. In the linguistic theory of Noam Chomsky, it is axiomatic that a language consists of an indefinite number of grammatically well-formed sentences. Compare Premiss/Premise. See Logic, Saying. [Language]."
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