eupraxia

eupraxia

 [u-prak´se-ah]
intactness of reproduction of coordinated movements. adj., adj euprac´tic.

eu·prax·i·a

(yū-prak'sē-ă),
Normal ability to perform coordinated movements.
[eu- + G. praxis, a doing]

eu·prax·i·a

(yū-prak'sē-ă)
Normal ability to perform coordinated movements.
[eu- + G. praxis, a doing]

eupraxia

intactness of reproduction of coordinated movements.
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29) The supposedly straightforward principle of eupraxia, or visible sainthood, which located moral authority in the individual soul and immediately linked it with the body in "plain" agreement, was vexed by its own ambiguous permutations.