inscientia

See: ignorance
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De hecho, la inconsistencia del Otro, aquello que Lacan designa como el significante de la falta de un significante en/del Otro {S(A/))} por el cual se cuestiona toda pertinencia de algun metalenguaje, implica justamente que lo simbolico, al no recubrir el conjunto de lo real, contiene aquel punto de inscientia en el que se indica su limite en lo real (Le transfert 186).
(6) Marcus, when himself on holiday at Naples, complains about local Greek panegyrists: Igitur paene me Opicum animantem ad Graecam scripturam perpulerunt 'homines', ut Caecilius ait, 'incolumi inscientia' ('Hence "these men", as Caecilius says, "with their untouched ignorance" drove me, almost a breathing bumpkin, to Greek literature', Ad M.
For, whereas inscientia is not otherwise attested in Livy, inscitiam is supported by decisive parallels: 6.30.6 ab ducibus utrobique proditae temeritate atque inscitia res, 8.3 3.17 qui temeritate atque inscitia exercitus amissent, 22.9.7 temeritate atque inscitia peccatum a C.