freedom from interference

See: home rule
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The QNX OS microkernel provides the separation needed to ensure freedom from interference for safety critical systems.
The concept of a right relates to the freedom from interference by other individuals or organizations or governments.
What united Tunisians and Egyptians in their democratic uprisings, as is the case today with the people of Oman, Bahrain, Yemen, Libya and Iran, was freedom from interference and a struggle against the concentration of arbitrary power.
What united Tunisians and Egyptians in their democratic uprisings, as is the case today with the people of Bahrain, Yemen, Libya, Oman, and Iran, was freedom from interference and a struggle against the concentration of arbitrary power.
But it also includes freedom from interference by those who would do us harm.
of Warwick, England) argues that contemporary French writers Alain Badiou, Etienne Balibar, and Jacques Ranciere are all part of an emancipatory tradition in which freedom means freedom from oppression, in contrast to liberals, who conceive of freedom as freedom from interference.
It was vital to preserve the Commons' system of self-regulation in order to uphold the principle of Parliament's freedom from interference by any higher authority, he said.
Autonomy is self-determination and involves freedom from interference by others "as well as freedom from personal limitations such as lack of understanding that prevents informed choices" (p.
He contrasts this with Berlin's preferred notion of liberty as freedom from interference, a negative conception that Pettit finds troubling; as he sees it, it proclaims the slave free in cases in which his master likes him and chooses not to interfere with his daily life.
Among the rights cited by the declaration are the rights to life, liberty, and security of person; to freedom from arbitrary arrest; to a fair trial; to be presumed innocent until proved guilty; to freedom from interference with the privacy of one's home and correspondence; to freedom of movement and residence; to asylum, nationality, and ownership of property; to freedom of thought, conscience, religion, opinion, and expression; to association, peaceful assembly, and participation in government; to social security, work, rest, and a standard of living adequate for health and well-being; to education; and to participation in the social life of one's community.
He argues that the latter must be distinguished from negative freedom since, unlike negative freedom, it refers in part to freedom from interference in one's own private sphere.
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