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00] gives us at best the autarchic allocation (E[U.
Again at a certain level it seems reasonable to presume that premodern economies, including that of Israel, were embedded in kinship-based societies which were often autarchic.
To be autarchic is first of all not to be passive (that is, not to be submitted to something else), which is precisely the case for what has unceasing mobility.
Nothing less than absolute autarchy would 'fit' the ultimacy and the illimitable quality of law, for to be less than autarchic would involve a dependence of the people beyond the effect of its laws.
7) Braden, 1985, argues that later Elizabethan dramatists did engage with larger themes and issues of Senecan tragedy, adapting Seneca because he represented a certain autarchic style of selfhood--represented by its will, self-sufficiency, and ambition--which Elizabethans found compelling as they faced the possibility of absolutist rule.
The CMEA was an autarchic trading block made up of the USSR,
There has been an avalanche of analyses and opinions on the dramatic changes that characterize China's emergence since 1978 from a strife-torn, autarchic and isolated entity into one of the world's largest and most dynamic economies.
Autarchic bodies such as the WTO or the IMF are the most visible incarnations of the management regime, but behind the scenes in every jurisdiction are the silent bureaucracies that churn out the reports and analyses, the rules and regulations that so palpably affect the quotidian existences of humans and non-humans alike.
In other words, neither a homogenized global society (Benjamin Barber's 'McWorld'), (15) nor autarchic utopias based exclusively on pre-modern artisan and farming techniques, are viable alternatives to the present world order.
The implosion of this autarchic government could cost (South) Korea several times its GDP (gross domestic product) in unification costs.
Of note, the nations most immediately affected by the Depression were all trading nations, because those were the states the international system had failed; the more autarchic the state, the less it suffered in the short term, giving rise to the illusion that isolated Russia and sequestered Germany provided viable models for the future.