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When is it correct to use "independent from" as opposed to "independent of"? Examples: I like milk, independent of its origin. I am now independent from my parents.
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Use "independent from" when you mean that something is autonomous, able to make its own decisions, etc. Use "independent of" when you mean that something is not influenced by certain factors.
I think. Something like that.
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I don't agree. If it is 'autonomous' you will say it is just 'independent', but not 'independent from' something.