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SAN FRANCISCO, March 30, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Autonomy Corporation plc (LSE: AU.
Likewise, corporate legal departments are increasingly turning to Autonomy to form a virtual private chain with their law firm partners, in order securely collaborate on relevant information for a particular investigation or case.
Consumers have come to expect dynamic and relevant experiences on the web," said Rafiq Mohammadi, CEO of Autonomy Promote.
With this basic form of autonomy in mind, Taylor then details three conditions that, together, function as the keystone of his theory of practical autonomy.
For Deci and Ryan (1985, 2002), when relatedness and autonomy are present in the classroom, the intrinsic self-regulation that follows improves student learning.
Rather, the same legal and bureaucratic forces that have promulgated these rules also negate the dignity and autonomy that they state need to be honored.
Adrian Chernoff, AUTOnomy Program Architect (and former Disney Imagineer), notes, "This is about the creation of some thing that we haven't seen before.
Autonomy now boasts 250 customers across every sector.
Salespersons who perceive congruency to exist between their perceived autonomy and their need for autonomy should perform better than those who find discrepancies between their need for autonomy and their perceptions of the amount of autonomy they have in their job.
Moody rightly understands that mere autonomy - freedom of choice - is an insufficient moral principle.
Instead they resort to arguments based on human dignity,[3] the sacredness of life[4] or slippery slopes[5]--one of which directly addresses the potent autonomy claim.
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