Personal autonomy

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Personal autonomy may refer to:

  • bodily integrity, inviolability of the physical body
  • national personal autonomy, Marxist concept of nationality based on associations of persons rather than geographical areas
  • libertarian personal autonomy, Libertarian concept of the ability to initiate a task and do it one's own way, without orders from authorities who do not know the actual problem and the available means

See also[edit]

  • autonomy discusses various concepts of autonomy, some of which may be characterised as "personal"