- From Ancient Greek Εὐνομία (Eunomía, "good order"). (Wiktionary)
“If one reads Daniel Larison at Eunomia, one learns something.”
“David Erwin, the lone human inhabitant at the Eunomia mining station in the asteroid belt, was just suiting up to make his rounds when his door chime sounded.”
“He attached his retaining clips to Rectorâ€ ™ s shoulders. â€œOkay, â€ he said, â€œtake me there. â€ Walking or driving was not an option in the microgravity of Eunomia.”
“Since Eunomia was at least 4.45 billion years old, these travelers were ancient visitors indeed.”
“Also, on Ricci case, Larison from Eunomia at American Conservative solves the problem of why Sonia SotomayorsputnikQuote”
“Andrew Bacevich interview at Blogginheads.tv; interview by Heather Hurlburt via Eunomia.”
“Daniel Larison (Eunomia) is rated as genius reading level while Gene Expression is undergrad.”
“A recent assault by David Gordon of the Ludwig von Mises Institute hat-tip: Eunomia demonstrates the extent to which the libertarian right rather than being shaped the conservative tradition, is simply a product of Enlightenment liberalism.”
“I hope this post doesn't put Eunomia on the radar screen of the SPLC or any of these other watchdogs.”
“Horae (Hours), and Eunomia (Order), Dike (Justice), and blooming”
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