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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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The evaluation criteria and methods proposed in this study were based on two variable items: provincial autarchy and central dependency.
The first and most important point is that eco-socialists insist a low-growth economy under capitalism means injustice--'more austerity--and even more upward redistribution of wealth and power' (Mueller and Passakis, 2009: 60); autarchy also relegates ecological priorities as 'industry can and does more nakedly resist and erode environmental protection regulation (Grundmann 1991: 219).
Benito Mussolini had answered the sanctions imposed on Italy by the League of Nations with a regime of economic autarchy that had soon bled into full-fledged cultural autarchy (on the to pic, see Marino).
Regarding the economic globalization, the general argument from the point of view of the Human rights to development is not that international trade is negative and that autarchy is preferable, but rather that a certain degree of regulation is necessary to reach a sustainable fair free trade.
One might, then, ask if a systematic and globalizing vision and a certain autarchy did not definitively stifle the phenomenal explosion of creativity that defined the Stockhausen of the '50s and '60s, that ever-ebullient adolescent, one of the great creators of his time.
The lowest score of 0 indicates autarchy, as defined by "leadership of the state by a group or a single person, without being subject to any franchise, either through military might or inherited right.
First, it encourages the development of a "borderless world," in which the autarchy of the national units of which it is composed is gradually whittled away by a variety of transnational economic and technological trends.
This proportional loading, as high as it could be (which is to be equal to (1 - [pi]/[pi]), can never be such that autarchy is prefered.
Divine autarchy is not a matter of impassivity, in the sense of mere inactivity.
This isn't a question of autarchy or protectionism, but rather one of why the European Union and its own huge market interacting with the huger global market can't do more to lower its 8-9 percent or higher unemployment rates and raise its 1-2 percent low GDP growth rates without foisting that responsibility on either the Asian or U.
Rousseau provides a list of attributes needed for a people to be 'fit to receive laws', attributes which amount to absolute autarchy (Rousseau; 1968, p 95).
This is also reinforced by the extension of a feudalistic autarchy culture rooted for more than 2000 years in China.