Definition of akoluthic in English:

akoluthic

Pronunciation /akəˈluːθɪk/

adjective

(also acolouthic)
Philosophy Psychology
  • In the terminology of the German biologist Richard Wolfgang Semon (1859–1918): designating the phase following the initial excitation of a sensation; belonging or relating to such a phase.

    Now chiefly with reference to Bertrand Russell.

Origin

Late 19th century (in an earlier sense). From ancient Greek ἀκόλουθος following + -ic.