nescience

[ nesh-uh ns, nesh-ee-uh ns, nes-ee- ]SEE DEFINITION OF nescience

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In such a naked state of nescience, Valentin had a view and a method of his own.

Professor Tyndall's own address terminates, not in science, but nescience.

Ignorance cannot convince knowledge by repeated asseveration of its nescience.

What we call the historic sense is not consistent with a state of nescience.

He wished to know the reality of our nescience as well as of our science.

Nor can Nescience by itself be the cause, and it is of a uniform nature.

When the porter was questioned about Prothero his nescience was profound.

The nescience of the Agnostic philosophy is the proof from experience that to be carnally minded is Death.

On the other hand, as the limits of science expand, so do the limits of nescience become more definite.

Such an avowal of nescience is an implicit assertion of an immeasurable insight.

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