Meaning of anthroponomy in English:

anthroponomy

Pronunciation /ˌanθrəˈpɒnəmi/

noun

rare
  • In the philosophy of Kant: a moral system derived from abstract reasoning rather than empirical study.

Origin

Late 18th century. From anthropo- + -nomy, after German Anthroponomie (in Kant's philosophy) a particular moral system, the study of human nature.