autonomy

[ aw-ton-uh-mee ]SEE DEFINITION OF autonomy

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The policy of the opposition was coercion, while that of the government was autonomy.

And just as he was opposed to the union with Italy, so likewise was he opposed to autonomy.

An early sense of trust, we see, is necessary for the development of autonomy.

In so doing, he begins to achieve some degree of autonomy as an independent person.

The second objective of love is the achievement of a sense of autonomy.

In another connection I pointed to autonomy as the hope of syndicalism.

Footnote 418: The party which had contended most vigorously for Alsatian autonomy.

And we—the thought of Jewish autonomy makes us foam at the mouth.

It also gave to them a certain amount of autonomy in civil matters.

Autonomy could not be taken for granted, but must be won with the sword.

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