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Enknowledgement is a major concept and practice within The Philosophy of Millettism, and is characterised as one of The Seven Tenets of Association. A person following enknowledgement is referred to as an enknowledger.
Conceptually, enknowledgement refers to the belief that any sentient being's knowledge is presently unfilled and remains unfulfillable due to the limitation of sentient capacities and the limitlessness of that which exists extracosmically. Therefore, the Enknowledgement Principle states that a continuously increasing diversity and abundance of knowledge is proportionate to one's extent of their understanding of God and other extracosmic entities and existences.
The Enknowledgement Principle is considered to be a key factor in the principles of the Philosophical Spirit as it advocates for the diversity of knowledge through the acceptance of different beliefs, ideas, and understandings despite the fact that they may differ to one's own.
Enknowledged - past participle of enknowledge.