A: Logocentrism is a method of literary analysis in which words and language are regarded as a fundamental expression of external reality, excluding nonlinguistic factors such as historical context.

Logocentrism is a method of literary analysis in which words and language are regarded as a fundamental expression of external reality, excluding nonlinguistic factors such as historical context.

Weegy: In mathematics, a ratio expresses the magnitude of quantities relative to each other. [ Specifically, the ratio of two quantities indicates how many times the first quantity is contained in the second[1] and may be expressed algebraically as their quotient.[2][3] Example: For every Spoon of sugar, you need 2 spoons of flour ( 1:2 ) ] User: a statement we accept without proof is called? (More)

In mathematics, a theorem is a statement that has been proven on the basis of previously established statements, such as other theorems—and generally accepted statements, such as axioms.

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