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Definition of Acrasia

Acrasia
Acrasia A*cra"si*a, Acrasy Ac"ra*sy . [Gr. akrasia.] Excess; intemperance. [Obs. except in Med.] --Farindon.

Meaning of Acrasia from wikipedia

- (/əˈkreɪziə/; Gr**** ἀκρασία, "lacking command"), occasionally transliterated as acrasia or Anglicised as acrasy or acracy, is described as a lack of self-control...
- Acrasia is a genus of moths in the family Geometridae. Acrasia contains the following species: Acracia accepta Krüger, 2013 Acracia amoena Krüger, 2013...
- Protentomon acrasia is a species of proturan in the family Protentomidae. It is found in South America. "Protentomon acrasia Report". Integrated Taxonomic...
- Acrasia may refer to: Akrasia, the state of acting against one's better judgement Acrasia (horse), a racing horse, 1904 Melbourne Cup winner Acrasia (moth)...
- which appears at the end of Book II. Sir Guyon changes back the victims of Acrasia's erotic frenzy in the Bower of Bliss, most of whom are abashed at their...
- they come to Acrasia's Island and the Bower of Bliss, where Guyon resists temptations to violence, idleness, and lust. Guyon captures Acrasia in a net, destroys...
- theory 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...
- named after Acrasia from Edmund Spenser's Faerie Queene[4], who seduced men against their will and then transformed them into beasts. Acrasia is itself...
- Acrasia, c. 1888...
- of Sir Alexander. It also features three other counterpart characters: Acrasia, Duessa, and Malecasta, all representing different themes from Malory's...
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