A little knowledge is dangerous, disconcerting.  Cumulative, because knowledge can be communicated to succeeding generations.  Cumulative, because knowledge enables man to stand on shoulders of those preceding him.  Dangerous to know much in days of barbarism.  Dependent on research except on Paradise, where knowledge is inherent.  Effort to execute knowledge results in wisdom.  Eternal quest; way always open to acquire more.  Evolutionary knowledge is accumulation of protoplasmic memory material.  Factual knowledge exerts little influence unless emotionally activated.  Finite knowledge only relatively complete and locally accurate.  Goal of knowledge is to attain truth.  Greatest knowledge is to know religious life of Jesus.  Is power.  Jesus accumulated knowledge, then classified and correlated.  No absolute certainty regarding.  Not real until facts are unraveled and correlated into meaning.  Permits greater appreciation of meanings and values.  Physical sciences reach height of development in postMagisterial era.  Possessed only by sharing.  Recognition is fitting sensory impressions into memory patterns.  Sphere of fact-discerning mind.