δόξα

doxa (opinion), empirical knowledge of everyday facts and events, or of philosophical reality.

— δόξα, definition from Lawrence's unpublished 1920 abridgement of Seven Pillars of Wisdom.
Reprinted in: OA (pp. 103-34); Lawrence (Thomas Edward): Evolution of a Revolt (pp. 100-19). Extract in: ETEL (pp. 214-20).