Why I find autonomy more important than interdependence: because every authentic form of autonomy is inevitably interdependent, while not every form of interdependence is necessarily autonomous.
Checks out on the surface.
You can be autonomous and recognize that your autonomy is in part contingent on others and your environment.
However, you can also be enslaved and not autonomous at all, like at a job.
a way of putting that that just occurred to me upon reading your toot is:
Autonomy is about mutually established and negotiated boundaries.
(in the senses of "negotiated" meaning both "consensually arranged" and "navigated")
The relationships in interdependence might require navigation, but aren't always established and maintained with consent.
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