The doctrine regarding those activities which we have been fundamentally ignorant
- The doctrine concerning those activities which we are always ignorant.
(Gr. agnoio + logos, discourse on lack of knowledge) J. F. Ferrier (1854) coined both this term and the term epistemology as connoting unique regions of philosophic query to get ontology. Agnoiology could be the doctrine of lack of knowledge which seeks to determine that which we tend to be fundamentally ignorant of. Its a critique of agnosticism before the latter's look. Lack of knowledge is defined pertaining to understanding since one cannot be ignorant of everything which cannot possibly be known. -- H.H.
(n.) The doctrine regarding those actions which we're always ignorant.