homonomy


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ho·mon·o·my

(hō-mon'ō-mē),
The condition of being homonomous.
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homonomy, or rule by an other who is like" (125); and that the "lens of contemporary heterosexuality and the notions of 'family drama' from which it stems have occluded our view of Shakespeare's least gender exclusive rejoinder [in The Winter's Tale] to what he seems to have seen as a deterministic biologism" (219).
Concerning the distinction between homology and homonomy, see below.
The four ideals are homonomy, a sense of belonging; nurturance of other than the self such as other people and the natural environment, humanity or humaneness, putting people above their institutions; and beauty, an intrinsic sense of aesthetics (Emery, 1977a).