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nomoi

(ˈnəʊmɔːɪ)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) government a subdivision or department of Greek government
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When judged by the standard of the nomoi, of course, the tyrant is the very image of immoderation.
63) Compare this to Theophrastus's Nomoi, which states that "the market-inspectors ([unkeyable]) must look after two things: good order in the market place, and honest dealing not only by the sellers but also by the buyers"; Theophrastus frag.
But in the sense implied by Pindar's verse, the confrontation of nomoi carries the promise of peace just as much as the threat of war.
El ultimo elemento de la nocion de cultura es lo que Shachar (2001: 2) denomina como comunidad nomoi.
39) His last work, the Nomoi or Book of Laws, was the result of a life-long preoccupation with both philosophy and political change, aiming to change the overall structural and spiritual aspects of the state.
Estos nomoi significarian, no tanto canciones mediante las cuales las leyes discutidas y aprobadas por la ciudad tenderian a ser divulgadas y aprendidas por los ciudadanos, cuanto clases particulares de melodias, fijas y estables, cuya ejecucion responderia a ocasiones bien definidas.
Most noticeable, the religious can be observed in its relevance to the city and the family: the gods could be emblems of traditional nomoi ('customs').
Each of these communities or nomoi is, in some genuine sense, at least potentially a lawmaking community of its own.
Este mundo social esta regido por nomoi o leyes, que constituyen los logoi en el plano social.
Por lo tanto, los nomoi, las leyes y normas que rigen la ciudad y la moralidad publica no cuentan para los conocedores del reino del espiritu.
29) En este sentido, Garner (1987: 108) sostiene que "nomos and related words stand not merely for 'law', but laws bound to centuries of nomoi, traditions and customs from which religion and piety cannot be excluded".
48) The second implication is that individual wards could have varying community standards, customs, and social expectations, even when they lived under the same sets of state nomoi and the authority of the same officials.