- Autonomism (disambiguation)
"For the theological view concerning opposition to or disregard for divine law see
Autonomism can refer to:
Autonomism, a set of left-wing, socialist movements that first appeared in Italy in the 1970s.
*Autonomism may refer to a relatively right-wing
ideologythat values the independence of the individual, most notably the right of every individual to own a small piece of tax-free land. It is often associated with state federalismand/or libertarianism.
Jewish Autonomism, non-Zionist belief in the need to develop Jewish cultural identity within the Diaspora.
Autonomism (political doctrine), Regionalist, separatist or secessionist movement in favour of regional autonomy or independence.
*Autonomia, an anarcho-punk band
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