isonomy


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isonomy

(aɪˈsɒnəmɪ)
n
1. (Law) the equality before the law of the citizens of a state
2. (Law) the equality of civil or political rights
isonomic, iˈsonomous adj

isonomy

the possession of equal political and legal rights by all citizens of a state.
See also: Politics
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Isonomy, Austerity, and the Right to Choose Counsel, 51 IND.
Here we see the hard kernel (zoccolo duro), and distinctive isonomy of Parmenides' approach, and perhaps the very reason for the poem's existence, and a page out of the book of the concrete everydayness of a social setting.
HAZZARD STRIKES AT DEAUVILLE The Paul Cole-trained Duke Of Hazzard recorded a first Pattern success in the Listed Prix Isonomy at Deauville yesterday.
The significant increase in the possibility of private patient care in the english NHS scratches isonomy and can reduce the effective universality of access.
The economic approach is very recurrent in studies in work, by means of employment and unemployment statistics, absences, salary ranges, turnover, education, isonomy and many others that serve as basis for the discussion of many authors in the field.
President, in concentrated control, we cannot extend what is alleged to have hurt isonomy. We can withdraw what has been given, but we cannot extend to others what has not been given to it, when it should have been.
The carnival of the new screen: From hegemony to isonomy, pp.
Female inequality, as seen, is not a merely sociological issue but also a health and nutritional problem, and society as whole has the duty to fight for isonomy between genders in favor of a fairer and equalitarian feminine life.
In addition, tautosophy (tautology as noun) and isonomy (isocratic as noun) are known as competitive forces between life and death.
Various levels of observation have been carried out, including isonomy, qualitative and quantitative anthropometric measures, and immunologic methods, including DNA analysis.
That's why it is true that the efficacy of the precedents consolidates at least four principles: the principle of legal certainty, economy, procedural fastness and isonomy.
Reflections on the protection of workers' health against the physical working isonomy