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heteronomous

subject to an external law, rule, or authority.
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One might say that Thomas revisits the fictitious heteronomies of Pessoa but with the coldness of someone who dissects his (in this case artistic) medium, and he grants sym bolic value to all of its components.
Moreover, consideration of the theological virtue of charity might clarify the similarities and the heteronomies regarding human love which lie in the mainstream of the Christian conception of divine grace.
Here, the refuge of what Yve-Alain Bois has aptly titled Fontana's "base materialism" appears as the only possible answer to the increasingly evident erosion of the esthetic by the heteronomies of spectacle: fashion and design.