autonomy


autonomy
Synonyms and related words:
Declaration of Independence, absolute monarchy, aristocracy, autarchy, autarky, autocracy, autonomousness, coalition government, colonialism, commonwealth, constitutional government, constitutional monarchy, democracy, dictatorship, dominion rule, duarchy, duumvirate, dyarchy, federal government, federation, feudal system, free will, garrison state, gerontocracy, gratuitousness, heteronomy, hierarchy, hierocracy, home rule, independence, individualism, inner-direction, limited monarchy, martial law, meritocracy, militarism, military government, mob rule, mobocracy, monarchy, neocolonialism, ochlocracy, oligarchy, pantisocracy, patriarchate, patriarchy, police state, pure democracy, regency, representative democracy, representative government, republic, rugged individualism, self-action, self-activity, self-containment, self-determination, self-direction, self-government, self-reliance, self-sufficiency, social democracy, spontaneity, spontaneousness, stratocracy, technocracy, thearchy, theocracy, totalitarian government, totalitarian regime, triarchy, triumvirate, tyranny, unforcedness, voluntariness, voluntarism, voluntaryism, volunteer, volunteering, welfare state

Moby Thesaurus. . 1996.

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  • Autonomy — Тип Публичная компания …   Википедия

  • AUTONOMY — AUTONOMY, the religious, legal, social, and cultural self sufficiency of the Jewish community within the sovereign non Jewish state or its subdivision; Jewish self government. Jewish autonomy was conditioned by both external and internal forces.… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • autonomy — au·ton·o·my /ȯ tä nə mē/ n: the quality or state of being self governing; esp: the right of self government au·ton·o·mous / məs/ adj au·ton·o·mous·ly adv Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …   Law dictionary

  • Autonomy — Au*ton o*my, n. [Gr. ?: cf. F. autonomie. See {Autonomous}.] 1. The power or right of self government; self government, or political independence, of a city or a state. [1913 Webster] 2. (Metaph.) The sovereignty of reason in the sphere of… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • autonomy — autonomy/heteronomy …   Philosophy dictionary

  • autonomy — (n.) 1620s, of states, from Gk. autonomia independence, noun of quality from autonomos independent, living by one s own laws, from auto self (see AUTO (Cf. auto )) + nomos custom, law (see NUMISMATICS (Cf. numismatics)). Of persons, from 1803 …   Etymology dictionary

  • autonomy — independence, freedom, sovereignty, autarky, autarchy (see under FREE adj) …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • autonomy — [n] independence freedom, liberty, self determination, self government, self rule, sovereignty; concept 652 Ant. dependence …   New thesaurus

  • autonomy — ► NOUN 1) self government. 2) freedom of action. ORIGIN Greek autonomia, from autonomos having its own laws …   English terms dictionary

  • autonomy — [ô tän′əmē] n. [Gr autonomia] 1. the fact or condition of being autonomous; self government; independence 2. pl. autonomies any state that governs itself …   English World dictionary

  • Autonomy — For other uses, see Autonomy (disambiguation). Not to be confused with Autotomy. Not to be confused with Catautonomous. Autonomy (Ancient Greek: αὐτονομία autonomia from αὐτόνομος autonomos from αὐτο auto self + νόμος nomos, law one who gives… …   Wikipedia


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