autarchic


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of or relating to or characterized by autarchy

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producing autarchic staple foods and Italian bodies, they constituted a
Confession is typically erratic; its parts tend to be self-sufficient, and almost autarchic. Temporal order has no definite course: time is freely manipulated or suspended, spatial relations are dominant.
While in the UK Thatcher was introducing the first privatisation programme, in Spain we were still waking up from forty years of fascist dictatorship, based on autarchic principles.
Autarchic development has therefore become anachronistic at the present stage of development of the global economy, possible only for restricted geographical areas, with very small, isolated states.
(1.) The most notable exceptions were Germany and Italy, which strongly advocated self-sufficient, autarchic economic policies.
Boyle's claim that Senecan "autarchic selfhood"--literally, self-ruled selfhood--"manifests itself ubiquitously and conspicuously in the ability of characters to construct their identity and their domination of the world in language." (22) The phrase offers not just a style of self but a stylistic self, fashioned reflexively in words.
In very general terms, transition to democracy has been a complex and multi-faceted factual reality including the dissolution of authoritarian regimes and their replacement with legitimate political powers, the replacement of autarchic and planned economies by free market and trade, the shift from state control over society to civil societies, freedom of expression and public opinion, etc.
On the basis of the JPOA and flanking measures, were the powers to provide Iran access to the global nuclear market, Iran would not need a loss-making autarchic nuclear fuel cycle industry.
The organicist idea is a dynamic one, but it is remarkably autarchic. Burgess' urban organism endlessly reproduces itself with barely any reference to the outside world: the urban metabolism has no fuel.
Al Qaeda Wahabism, ETA or Chechen segregation, Islamic nationalisms, such as Hamas or Hezbollah, the offensives of the Occident in countries with authoritarian regimes, justified actions such as "humanitarian aid" (Iraq, Afghanistan) or even individual terrorist attacks, such as the ones from Oslo and Utoya from the 22nd July 2011, probe this subjective, autarchic perspective on the phenomena.
Old wars were financed by taxation and were typically associated with a war economy that was centralizing, autarchic, and totalizing, involving all citizens.
Hearing them, I feel like I remember the past." The impact of the film on Pound was twofold: the vision of the Noh sequence stimulated his aesthetic sense and brought back memories of his work on Noh, while the nationalist moral of the film reinforced Pounds support of the autarchic doctrine at the root of Italian Fascism, which he understood as being in line with the Confucian element of Japanese nationalism extolling selfless loyalty to the nation as an extended family.
Organizational entrepreneurship or entrepreneur organization: organizational entrepreneurship is a phenomenon which all the staffs can perform as a entrepreneur and all the individual and group entrepreneurship activities continuously, easily and rapidly in the central organization or under cover yield autarchic
The self-sufficient village as the basic economic unit stood impregnable in the face of foreign invasions, they were little republics and economically they were predominantly autarchic, meaning there was very little exchange between the village and the outside world.
"A romantic autarchic nationalism was set aside and replaced by a concentration on economic development through an engagement with the international capitalist economy." (26) Suharto was eager to draw in foreign investment from the United States and Japan and placed the Indonesian economy under the guidance of a group of US-trained technocrats known as the Berkeley Mafia.