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heteronomous

subject to an external law, rule, or authority.
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Part of the problem lies in the fact that art is drawn into law's arena where it is devalued by being subjugated to legal controls heteronomously, whereas art, contrastingly, imposes no constraints on law, making their relationship unequal and, consequently, problematic.
One can imagine heteronomously and create great beauty, even in the midst of deferring this creation to a god or to magic; one can create something of equal beauty from an act of self-acknowledgement.
determined (autonomously rather than heteronomously, in Kant's language).
Why does it have priority over other, more basic accounts of why humans ought not to be killed--for example, because death deprives persons of experiences and sensations, some of which might be good, or because another's life (even if badly or heteronomously lived) is simply not another human being's to dispose off
Because in his interpretation, there is not only a FPR that emerges as the law but also--simultaneously--as a fact of the person who is heteronomously determined in its foundations.
These passages are consistent with the position he takes in Grounding that a person who depends on others is acting heteronomously, not autonomously, and is to that extent not exercising a free moral will.
To see how radical, recall the Kantian commitment to autonomy over heteronomy, and recall that whether one is autonomously or heteronomously related to one's evaluations is a matter of how they are accepted, and not a matter of their content.
When a school is heteronomously controlled, that is, when it is subject to strong external domination, a prime condition is present for both inhibited experiential learning and for tight coupling of rules and action.
Antillean identity has no "authentic," non-alienated origin that we might discover in returning to the contes; its very substance is created heteronomously out of the violence of forced objectification that is slavery and the world of the plantation.
This work is meant to be a basis for comparative studies of molecular development in this heteronomously segmented worm.