What has almost vanished today in Europe and America is the idea formerly current that besides the ordinary particulate and accumulating knowledge in which, through our schooling, we are all in some degree partakers, there is also another kind of knowledge, a knowledge imparticulate and incommensurable with our ordinary knowledge.
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First published in Studies in Comparative Religion (Tomorrow), Vol. 12, No. 2 (Spring, 1964).