heteronomous, het-er-on′o-mus, adj. differentiated from a common type: subject to the rule of another.
heteronomous: if two parts, compared with each other, are of different quality: differing in development or function.
An heteronomous becoming is to be traced back to the becoming of the cause which produces it.
heteronomous het·er·on·o·mous (hět'ə-rŏn'ə-məs)
Differing in development or manner of specialization.