But the other which so perplexes our teachers of nescience, is, it must be owned, as to its contents a somewhat vague residuum.
Professor Tyndall's own address terminates, not in science, but nescience.
Nor is he, like Shakespeare's biographer, reduced to choose between the starvation of nescience and the windy diet of conjecture.
He wished to know the reality of our nescience as well as of our science.
Whether this be so or not, it is difficult to see how any idea of kinship could arise from such a condition of nescience.
Nor can nescience by itself be the cause, and it is of a uniform nature.
The Americansʼ good and honest intentions were only equalled by their nescience of the Malay character.
The nescience of the Agnostic philosophy is the proof from experience that to be carnally minded is Death.
It is a nescience whereby human aspirations are cribbed within ruled lines and made to balance on the opposite side.
Such an avowal of nescience is an implicit assertion of an immeasurable insight.