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the condition of being politically free

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immunity from arbitrary exercise of authority: political independence

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Luis Munoz Rivera, now president of the Autonomist government administrative council said with dramatic flair, "We are Spaniards and wrapped in the Spanish flag we die.
Whether prompted by economic crisis as at present, or by industrial relations crisis as in the 1960s and 1970s, autonomist Marxist theory claims to make sense of such brave endeavors to do without the boss.
In influencing each of these steps of information processing, the various forms of autonomist 'knowledge'--exemplars, prototypes, and processing routines--lead people to continually conclude that the marginalized and stigmatized individuals and groups they encounter are themselves responsible for their inferior stations in life and thus deserve no assistance, and that people who have attained success deserve full credit for their good fortune and thus should not be subjected to any redistribution of their wealth.
On Tuesday, activists of the Southern Movement, a coalition of autonomist and pro-independence groups, vowed in a statement to try to disrupt the tournament.
The security official blamed the shooting on supporters of the Southern Movement, a coalition of autonomist and pro-independence groups.
This article argues that the defense of modal rationalism presented in Chalmers and Jackson (2001) begs the question against the type-B materialist/modal autonomist.
To further his autonomist agenda, he refrains from referring specifically to the shortcomings of a political system by molding the characters around the local issues that comprise a very real daily existence.
He argued the idea of education that creates autonomist, utilitarian and productive workers has to end.
Belloni outlines the historical determinist, strong interventionist and autonomist arguments and explains why these approaches are insufficient.
In a work of synthesis published in 2008, summarizing three decades of teachings on Canadian federalism, my Universite Laval colleague Rejean Pelletier squarely espouses the autonomist approach of the Tremblay Commission as depicted by Rocher.
Not only did the laboratory lose its government subsidy, but for reasons that are still not clear but almost certainly had to do with Santos Fernandez having been a Hispanophile and an Autonomist to the end, he was never favoured by the US occupation government or the Cuban physicians whose stature and political fortune rose through their association with the US authorities (Diego Tamayo and Carlos Finlay among them), in some cases through a long residency in the United States (for example, John/Juan Guiteras and Aristides Agramonte).
Stoekl often picks easy targets with whom to engage Bataille's philosophy in this section, such as the autonomist ideologues of car culture or literalist fundamentalist Biblical scholars.
The Bolivian assembly faced particular questions as to whether claims for regional autonomy by the conservative opponents of MAS should be regarded as democratic demands (and therefore as part of the process of constituting a plural demos), or whether the country's autonomist movements were to be viewed as the expression of an unreconstructed other, alien to the people and a threat to its unity.
The Autonomist Party, established in 1878, desired Cuban autonomy, hence their name, through peaceful means.
Autonomist movements also allow survivors to develop their own psychological and social practices based on their own needs and experiences.