acracy

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From a- +‎ -cracy.

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acracy (plural acracies)

  1. (politics, philosophy) In political philosophy, the negation of rule by "regency", or hierarchical "government". The absence of a "ruling class". A society with the absence of imposition or coercion; one of voluntary order.

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