hunanreolaeth, awtonomiaeth, hawtonomiaeth, hunanlywodraeth
Noun(1) immunity from arbitrary exercise of authority: political independence(2) personal independence
(1) The political dilemma of balancing a competition-focused business with autonomy for nations and regions is obvious.(2) Immanuel Kant emphasized that morality was inseparable from true autonomy : the autonomous human agent chose to submit himself to the moral law.(3) To optimists among them, at the very least the war seems to offer an opportunity for enhanced autonomy within a federal state.(4) Peaceful protests were from the beginning dealt with violently, fuelling local sympathies for autonomy or independence.(5) It is demanding autonomy for the rich eastern lowland region where the natural gas reserves are concentrated.(6) economic autonomy is still a long way off for many women(7) This section began with a question about the relations among Kantian views of autonomy , rationality, and agential separateness.(8) Even after devolution, local government had little autonomy .(9) Both parties combine calls for greater regional autonomy with demands for a larger share of tax revenues for themselves.(10) For its part, the government has proposed constitutional changes to give limited autonomy to the north and east.(11) And so Calanthe remained a partial autonomy ; half self-governed and half controlled by the fear of the Liberators.(12) The French government had planned to give more autonomy to universities, giving them freedom to increase tuition fees as well as opening the doors to big business.(13) For many faculty members, what is at issue is not the money, but quality control and professional autonomy .(14) But many women today are choosing not to marry at all, opting for autonomy and to retain control over their own children.(15) Agencies operate with a good deal of autonomy , within the overall framework set by the transgovernmental network of interior and justice ministries.(16) Subsequently, the army enjoyed an increasing amount of autonomy from political control, and even from the military establishment.
(1) regional autonomy :: ymreolaeth ranbarthol
1. self-government ::
2. self-reliance ::
3. liberty ::
Different Formsautonomic, autonomy
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