aidos


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aidos

(ˈaɪdɒs)
n
(in ancient Greece)shame
References in classic literature ?
("Works and Days", 182 ff.) with its catalogue of wrongdoings and violence ever increasing until Aidos and Nemesis are forced to leave mankind who thenceforward shall have `no remedy against evil'.
Charmides' next definition moves only slightly away from hesuchia to aidos, modesty.
(34) El termino aidos, que hemos traducido por "verguenza", alude al sentimiento del honor (cf.
Aidos: The Psychology and Ethics of Honour and Shame in Ancient Greek Literature.
According to the investigation, Shabatoev was murdered last year near Michael cafe in Bishkek by certain Kazakh citizen Aidos because of the conflict.
In Greek mythology, Prometheus had a daughter named Aidos. She was the goddess of modesty, reverence, and respect.
The operative force here is moral shame, aidos, which may be defined briefly as the emotional pain experienced when an impulse, an intention, or an action violates an ethical norm and thus threatens to incur the disapproval of a revered individual or group.
"Shame" (generally aiskhune, sometimes aidos, although the latter has a wider extension and often carries a positive connotation, a sense of respect for oneself and others that prevents one from committing shameful acts) is "a pain or disturbance concerning those ills, present, pastor future that are perceived as leading to disgrace" (p.