autonomism


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au•ton•o•mism

(ɔˈtɒn əˌmɪz əm)

n.
a belief in or movement toward autonomy.
[1870–75]
au•ton′o•mist, adj., n.

autonomism

Bakuninism.
See also: Communism
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From there he attacked political fanaticism, argued about the inability of Spain to keep the Greater Antilles as its colony, fought for equal rights of blacks and whites, faced Autonomism and the anti-Cuban work of the newspaper La Marina .
Nationalizing Women in Alsace, 1870-1946 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010); Alison Carrol and Louisa Zanoun, "The View from the Border: A Comparative Study of Autonomism in Alsace and the Moselle, 1918-1929," European Review of History 18, 4 (2011): 465-86.
In our case, the trajectory is going toward individualism or autonomism of an individual artist because of his effort, the robustness of the market, and the absence of government support and initiative." The impact of this, he warns, is that there will be struggling artists, both young and old, who will be left behind in what collectiveness can contribute to society.
After the First Zionist Congress in 1897, political Zionism was only one of four principal concepts that included socialist Bundism, diaspora Autonomism (the idea that diaspora Jewry must maintain self-rule in community organizations), and assimilationism.
Action"; Clark, "Velleman's Autonomism"; Barandalla
If Autonomism is to succeed now, Berardi argues, the Left must understand the form and nature of the antagonism that exists in contemporary capitalism, namely semiocapitalism (or informational capital)--the predominance of the technological instrumentalization of immaterial signs as the principal objects of contemporary capital production and appropriation.
Antinomies of autonomism: On art, instrumentality and radical struggle.
Tokatlian, which sought to set itself up as an alternative to neoconservative autonomism (Simonoff 2015).
Simon Rabinovitch's focus here is among the lesser known, but arguably most influential, of Jewish national ideologies of this period: Autonomism, or Diaspora Nationalism--a movement built from the idea that despite their status as a non-territorial nation, Jews were entitled to rights of national autonomy within a modem constitutional framework.
Deligiorgi, Katerina, 2007, "Literature and Moral Vision: Autonomism Reconsidered", Philosophical Inquiry, vol.
He aligns his approach with Marxist autonomism, which suggests that the subjectivity of the working classes constitutes "the vital force which is at once necessary for capital and the obstacle to its continued existence" (166).
Negri's perspective was representative of a broader tendency in Italian Marxism sometimes called 'Autonomism', amongst other appellations.