autarchic


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Related to autarchic: autarkical
  • adj

Synonyms for autarchic

Synonyms for autarchic

of or relating to or characterized by autarchy

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Boyle writes that autarchic selfhood "realises some of its finest dramatic moments in death-scenes architectured to show an assertion of the dying figure's identity and will.
But absent perversion, the United States will soon export more energy than it imports, a better state than any autarchic "independence.
This new textile, a product of the autarchic Fascist policies, resulted in shoddy clothes which offered little protection against frigid temperatures while wearing out easily.
Regime theorists believe that regimes are common mechanisms of international cooperation whose importance is derived because they shape the means through which states relate to one another in ways that theorists who examine states as autarchic entities in an anarchic international system cannot successfully explain.
Countries employ mercantilist policies because they hold one or more of four beliefs: that goods, particularly tradable goods, constitute the only real part of their economy; that moving up the value chain is the primary path to economic growth; that they should become autarchic, self-sufficient economies; or that mercantilist policies actually do work.
While Verse 4 is couched in autarchic language, the path of freedom in a modern context lies in preventing unsustainable borrowing, and not necessarily passing up on the benefits from trade and global specialisation.
One way to respond to these charges is to remind ourselves that cultures are neither wholly particularistic nor are they completely autarchic in nature.
The Khmer Rouge was, to be sure, anti-capitalist, anti-Western, anti-colonial, anti-urban, and autarchic.
The directions also recommended, "in omaggio ai principi autarchici, [which characterized the politics of the time] il piu largo impiego di materiali da costruzione locali e la limitazione al puro necessario del ferro" ("according to the autarchic principles the widest usage in the building of local materials and the economization of iron as far as possible" 134).
The nonlinear relation between trade infrastructure and likelihood of entrepreneurship reinforces the hypothesis of the survival 'non--productive' entrepreneurialism: without any access to markets, communities rely on autarchic production.
The theoretical specification is consistent with the fact that few subsistence farming households are completely autarchic.
A country is autarchic if in general or in given sectors or situations it is "not connected with the other members of its system.
In 1936, in aclimate of full cultural autarchy, virtually everything could be broadcasted as long as Louis Armstrong would be introduced as Luigi Braccioforte, and Benny Goodman as Benito Buonuomo--as if to signal the autarchic capability of Italian culture to absorb and appropriate any alien element.
point, consider that even North Korea, perhaps the most autarchic state
The facts are familiar: There are schemes of arrangements--such as trade and financial regimes--that impose themselves upon states, and which they could escape only at the extravagant cost of autarchic isolation.