- (/əˈkreɪziə/; Gr**** ἀκρασία, "lacking command"), occasionally transliterated
or acracy, is described
as a lack of self-control...
to: Akrasia, the state
of acting against
one's better judgement Acrasia
(horse), a racing
horse, 1904 Melbourne
Cup winner Acrasia
is a genus
of moth in the family
is a genus
in the family
Protentomidae. Protentomon acrasia
& Najt, 1971) Protentomon atlanteum
Condé, 1951 Protentomon...
- they come to Acrasia
and the Bower
of Bliss, where Guyon resists temptations
to violence, idleness, and lust. Guyon captures Acrasia
in a net, destroys...
- named after Acrasia
Queene, who seduced
men against their
will and then transformed
them into beasts. Acrasia
or in practice
– as a substitute
for creativeness". A peak of such acrasia
was perhaps reached
in the 1960s cult of letting
it all hang out – of breakdown...
- -crat government, rule, authority
Gr**** κράτος (krátos), κρατία (kratía) acrasia
, akrasia, akratic, anocracy, aristocracy, autocracy, autocrat, autocratic...
- with Poseidon, Clayton
the Cups double
in 1904. Acrasia finished second
in the Caulfield
Cup, but went on to win the Melbourne...
- of Sir Alexander. It also features three other counterpart
, Duessa, and Malecasta, all representing different themes