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Definition of Isonomy

Isonomy
Isonomy I*son"o*my, n. [Gr. ?: cf. F. isonomie. See Isonomic.] Equal law or right; equal distribution of rights and privileges; similarity.

Meaning of Isonomy from wikipedia

- government. It was subsequently eclipsed until brought back into English as isonomy ("equality of law"). Economist Friedrich Hayek attempted to po****rize...
- Isonomy (May 1875 – April 1891) was a British Thoroughbred racehorse and sire. In a career that lasted from 1877 to 1880 he ran fourteen times and won...
- The Prix Isonomy is a Listed flat horse race in France open to two-year-old thoroughbreds. It is run at Deauville over a distance of 1,600 metres (about...
- 196 of the Constitution. The aim here is to preserve the postulate of isonomy , since the Constitution itself, in Individual and Collective Rights and...
- be privileged over others by the law. Sometimes called the principle of isonomy, it arises from various philosophical questions concerning equality, fairness...
- Vazquez’s Comments” (“Réplica a los comentarios de Rodolfo Vázquez”) in Isonomy: Law’s Theory and Philosophy Magazine (Isonomía: Revista de Teoría y Filosofía...
- Year Winner Jockey Trainer Owner 1879 Isonomy Tom Cannon John Porter Frederick Gretton 1949 Alycidon Doug Smith Walter Earl Edward Stanley, 18th Earl...
- The Emperor – 1844, 1845 The Hero – 1847, 1848 Fisherman – 1858, 1859 Isonomy – 1879, 1880 The White Knight – 1907, 1908 Prince Palatine – 1912, 1913...
- two-year-old in 2015 she won all four of her races including the Listed Prix Isonomy and Prix Herod but was not tested at the highest level. After winning another...
- "Apmonia" (a play on the Gr**** word for "harmony"), sometimes referred to as "Isonomy" or the "Attunement". The book states that this is a "mediation between...
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