“We are social beings.” - Aristotle
If we see knowledge as mostly personal, direct, private, and individual experience, we have a diminished desire for the experiences of others.
And if we have no honest interest in the experiences of others, we cannot bond with those whose experiences and knowledge are different from our own.
However, since we are the sum of our experiences, both direct and indirect, personal and private, as well as individual and collective, we cannot survive without escaping from our self-imposed isolation.
When we limit the boundaries of knowledge to encompass only personal, private, and individual experience, we lose our natural yearnings for the knowledge that infuses all time and beyond, all histories and beyond, all perceptions and beyond, all space and beyond, and all selves and beyond.
By definition, knowledge without boundaries encompasses private and direct experience, as well as the experiences of all who have lived, are living, and will live within individual and collective experience.