“This is reflected in the laws as well as in the norms and values,” she says.
But after eight years of continuous war, what norms have changed and which remain the same?
The exhibition ends with nine temporal mannequins arranged in timeline, illustrating how norms of beauty have changed.
Diaspora Jews—stuck in ghettos with retrograde Halachic norms—lacked these Hebrew things.
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We perceive this in the norms with which the research of the present is busily occupied.
Unless they are rooted in our own life, these norms are like misty forms in the air.
Of these norms, those governing marriage relations were of first importance.
The norms of one will not satisfy the conditions of another stage of manifestation.
The norms are going to start a class in basketry; who wants to join?
"standard, pattern, model," 1821, from French norme, from Latin norma "carpenter's square, rule, pattern," of unknown origin. Klein suggests a borrowing (via Etruscan) of Greek gnomon "carpenter's square." The Latin form of the word, norma, was used in English in the sense of "carpenter's square" from 1670s.