is a study of the changing states of consciousness that a human mind experiences over time. These states of mind can be quantized into five groups of brainwave frequency bands labeled Delta (< 4 Hz), Theta (4-7 Hz), Alpha (8-12 Hz), Beta (12-30 Hz), and Gamma (> 30 Hz). Each are represented by musical textures and subjectively mapped to their respective frequency band by the use of subtle binaural beats. The act of subjectively associating a real mental phenomenon to electroacoustic music is meant to illustrate a modern analogue of the dichotomy between Plato and Aristotle’s views of music harmoniai and ethos. Nomos Delta is a tribute to Iannis Xenakis's piece for solo cello, Nomos Alpha. Both showcase persistent fluctuations in texture and energy while drawing conceptual material from ancient Greek philosophers.