isocrat, to Nicocles, All are afraid to give him occasion of displeasure, though by telling him truth.
The Lacedmonians made music no part of their education: isocrat.
an advocate of equal power
rule whereby everyone has equal power, equality of rule
"equal power," 1650s, from Greek isokratia "equality of power," from isokrates "of equal power, possessing equal rights," from isos "equal" (see iso-) + -kratia "power, rule, authority" (see -cracy). Related: Isocratic.