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  • n. Plural form of timocracy.


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  • It is a spirit hardly to be maintained without a close organisation and much training; and as military and religious timocracies have depended on discipline and a minute rule of life, so an industrial timocracy would have to depend on guilds and unions, which would make large inroads upon personal freedom.

    The Life of Reason

  • Xenophon, that timocracies were "according to the laws of the

    Athens: Its Rise and Fall, Complete

  • Achaeans; "since timocracies were but modified democracies.

    Athens: Its Rise and Fall, Complete


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