Nomos

(Latin) any custom or law created by man.
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nomos

in music, class of traditional melodies used by ancient Greek epic singers, often with lyre accompaniment. The nomos was an important art form for ... [1 related articles]
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nomos

in law, the concept of law in ancient Greek philosophy. The problems of political authority and the rights and obligations of citizens were a major ... [4 related articles]
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Nomos

[sociology] In sociology, nomos refers to provisional codes (habits or customs) of social and political behavior, socially constructed and historically (even geographically) specific. The term derives from the Greek νόμος, and it refers, not only to explicit laws, but to all of the normal rules and forms people take for granted in thei
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Nomos

[mythology] In Greek mythology, Nomos is the daemon of laws, statutes, and ordinances. By one account, Nomos` wife is Eusebia (Piety), and their daughter is Dike (Justice). The nomos is also the making of the human law in the ancient Greek. The Sophists were persuaded that the Nomos wasn`t especially the best in Greek but had as first the i
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Nomos

[band] Cork-based Nomos were an Irish traditional music band during the 1990s. The group formed in 1990 and consisted of Niall Vallely on concertina, Vince Milne on fiddle, Frank Torpey on bodhran, Gerry McKee on bouzouki, and Eoin Coughlan on vocals and bass. They have been described as one of the `most popular Irish bands of the 1990`s, a
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