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An axiom is a proposition in mathematics and epistemology that is taken to be self-evident.
Axiom may also refer to:
- Axiom (Australian band), a 1970s Australian rock band featuring Brian Cadd and Glenn Shorrock
- Axiom (record label), best known for Bill Laswell releases
- Axiom (album), an album by Archive
- Axioms (album), an album by Asia
- "Axiom", a song by British blackened death metal band Akercocke
Computers and information technology
- Axiom (computer algebra system)
- Axiom Engine, 3D computer graphics engine
- AXIOM (camera), a professional grade open hardware and free software digital cinema camera
- Apache Axiom, a library providing a lightweight XML object model.
Film and television
- Axiom Education, an education solutions provider
- Isuzu Axiom, a sport utility vehicle produced 2001–2004
- Axiom Space, a company planning to build a private space station
- Axiomatic (disambiguation)
- Axion (disambiguation)
- Acxiom, a marketing technology and services company
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