idiorhythmic

idiorhythmic

(ˌɪdɪəʊˈrɪðmɪk) or

idiorrhythmic

adj
(of an institution) allowing each member to regulate his or her own life
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Sinitsyna describes the diversity of terminology used for monastic forms, ranging from the cenobitic to the eremitical to a variety of monastic types in between, mostly some form of osobnoe zhitie or osobnye (idiorhythmic) monasteries.
Employing a device which subsequently became the trademark of Serbian postmodern prose, Pavic, in this allegorical story about two kinds of monks, coenobitic and idiorhythmic, transforms his historical material, freely combining it with legendary and mythological sources.