immoderacy

im·mod·er·a·cy

 (ĭ-mŏd′ər-ə-sē)
n. pl. im·mod·er·a·cies
1. The quality or condition of being extreme or immoderate.
2. Something extreme or immoderate.

immoderacy

(ɪˈmɒdərəsɪ)
n
a lack of moderation
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In summary, from the standpoint of the individual, the luxury is always bad being a folly or immoderacy. From the social point of view it is only when the satisfaction that the individual obtains cannot be compared to the suffering that had cost the others who produced it; in other cases, the luxury can be good, for it is stimulant, it encourages the progress of industry and it improves living" (62).
The presence of Niemant (Nobody) further complicates Elck's meaning, attaching his immoderacy to Nobody's failure to know himself.
The current orthodoxy on volunteerism and immoderacy shuts its ears to this protest, simultaneously beatifying the undeserving and sapping democratic energy and will.