Traducción de lawgiver en Español:


legislador, n.

Pronunciación /ˈlɔːɡɪvə//ˈlɔˌɡɪvər/


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    legislador masculino
    legisladora femenino
    • If a custom is outgrown, or discovered to be wrong, then some procedure must be available for lawgivers to identify a new way for society to function.
    • The idea that people decide what is normative in life (called popular sovereignty) is opposed to the Word of God, which teaches that God is sovereign as the final lawgiver.
    • The lawless reprobate was condoned by the vices of the lawgivers: condoned, that is, for misdeeds short of murder.
    • The reluctance of lawgivers to push conversion to the metric system is due mainly of these three objections by the fundamentalist lobby.
    • How many lawgivers has the world seen from Solon to this day?
    • Though we might not like most human ‘rules and laws,’ we might like the idea of a divine lawgiver and laws even less.
    • Whatever their practical usefulness (which is problematic), the kings who made them clearly wanted to seem sophisticated: lawgivers in the classical mould.
    • So the perfect judge would have to be the perfect lawgiver, whose laws are not only infinitely complex but also ordered toward a perfectly just society.
    • This chapter and verse makes clear that only God can be our lawgiver, judge and King.
    • Perhaps there cannot be laws without a lawgiver.
    • It relieved humanity of the heavy load under which it was groaning and broke the fetters unjust rulers and ignorant lawgivers had put around its feet.
    • It is no more valid to say ‘because law suggests a lawgiver, a divine lawgiver must exist’.
    • In international law, violators do sometimes turn out to be lawgivers.
    • As lawgiver, he reconciled dynastic and Islamic law, enforced justice, and organized provincial administration, land tenure, taxation, and educational/religious hierarchy.
    • But there is no hint that the other great lawgivers sought even a formal ratification for their codes.
    • Pre-emptive war, toothless lawgivers, and corporate greed leave democracy in the hands of the people.
    • Unlike human laws which imply the existence of a lawgiver, natural laws are simply sophisticated ways of saying ‘That's the way it goes.’
    • It basically says that the law is whatever the lawgiver says it is.
    • So, it seems these lawgivers are indeed above the laws that are so vigorously enforced on unpopular public figures who are supporters of the wrong political party.
    • There were musicians in my family, warriors, poets, lawgivers.