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autarchy

1. unlimited rule; autocracy
2. self-government; self-rule

autarchy

  1. absolute sovereignty or despotic rule.
  2. see AUTARKY.
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Mais l'image-symbole de l'exposition est sans doute le service de table Autarchy de Studio Formafantasma (9) : compose de farine, de dechets agricoles, de calcaire et de colorants naturels (legumes, racines et epices), il n'est jamais acheve, car il s'ameliore, comme une bonne recette, avec le temps et la pratique.
Ten research institutes are autarchy or public foundations, and only one of them is a public company.
2) The CEETEPS is an autarchy of the Sao Paulo state government linked to the Secretariat of Economic Development, Science and Technology, responsible for the administration of the technical schools (ETECs) and the technological colleges (FATECS).
It will not end up in autarchy but in new national sovereignty.
Democracy autarchy and national movement, Tehran, markaz press.
The Idea of Autarchy in Rousseau's Natural Education: recovering the natural harmony?
Sarobe was part of a group of Argentinian army officials with professional and intellectual concerns--the group included Enrique Mosconi, consultant to the Argentinian Air Force and president of Fiscal Petroleum Wells--who during the interwar period assumed an advisory role with respect to several different national policies (Halperin, 2007) and introduced a nationalistic inclination, an interest in re-evaluating defense in tune with other military nationalists of the time, and economic autarchy.
Those who advocated engaging with the West, inviting foreign investment, and increasing private sector freedom stood against those who advocated economic autarchy, self-reliance, and state control of the economy.
Lorig, Shoor & Holman1 (1989) reviewed a study about effectiveness of cognitive-behavioral treatment in RA patients and can find a positive correlation between increasing of autarchy and positive clinical outcomes [13].
In his paper, using examples of the Ruhr and the Jura he shows how excessive autarchy leads to destruction.
Summary: Europeans suffered from intellectual autarchy in the Middle Ages for reasons known to all.