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- noun The
lackor absenceof knowledge.
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Again unveiling your total unknowledge of facts, and your ignorance of film making and film history, in your answers … So you go to personal attacks ..
It also shows high values in the early part of the 20th century truncated by GISS – doubtless for a “good” reason, but a reason that, to my unknowledge, is unreported.
A massive collection of unknowledge, the anti-library contains all the books that may still change your life.
"Well, what of it?" said Virginia, with all the hardihood of youth and unknowledge.
In the language of Georges Bataille, who gave the nonclassical efficacious processes one of his most famous names, "un-knowledge [nonsavoir]," "it would be impossible to speak of unknowledge
Reciprocally, however, "it would not be possible to seriously speak of unknowledge independently of its effects" (vol. Hence, while always unknowable and inconceivable, in each instance these effect-producing processes may indeed be different and unique, singular, as, and reciprocally, each effect produced.