Autonomy

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Autonomy

The state in which a company is not a subsidiary, department or other subdivision of another company. That is, an autonomous company is completely independent. Autonomy should not be confused with an autonomous expenditure or with autonomous consumption.
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Saraiva (2015, 228), herein lies a significant difference between autonomist thinking and praxis in Spanish-speaking South American countries, with regard to the historical practice of Brazil.
Even within the dense autonomist literature bemoaning the evils of boilerplate, which now embraces vast legal commentary and court decisions, Radin's account is a milestone because it does not shy away from raising the stakes.
Earlier he had proposed that the island's autonomist's factions join with the Spanish Liberal Party.
What if we recognize that "the illusion 'Man' derives his 'freedom,' " as Stoekl puts it, "from the quantification and commodification of natural resources: oil, to be sure, but also the steel, plastics, and other materials that go to make up the 'autonomist' lifestyle" (132)?
Thus, although members of the Nacion Camba do not themselves claim to be indigenous, particular constructions of indigeneity are central to their political project: they seek to legitimate their juxtaposition, and at times violent opposition, to Aymara and Quechua peoples through the limited and highly circumscribed inclusion of Guarani and other lowland indigenous groups within their autonomist vision.
Theoretically, the notion of working-class autonomy has been elaborated most cogently by the 'autonomist' stream within western Marxism and most notably associated with Italian philosopher, Antonio Negri.
"I was continuously accused of being disobedient, of not being a good Greek and of being an autonomist and all of this even before Macedonia became independent and the "Macedonian issue" appeared.
With regard to the autonomy schema, this means recognizing and addressing the fact that people operating with autonomist processing routines expect there to be no significant situational determinants of behaviors or life outcomes, and because of this expectation, they often fail to notice situational factors even when they are apparent.
Class Composition and Struggle in Italian Autonomist Marxism by Steve Wright", Strategies, 16 (2).
Locke argues against an "autonomist position" and insists on the study of "crucial elements" surrounding the music, such as "stylistic background, extramusical associations, societal function" and context (Ralph P.
A French aid worker was also kidnapped in November for two days by the autonomist Southern Movement which was seeking the release of activists held into custody.

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