Misconceptions Concerning Wisdom

Journal of Modern Wisdom 2:92-97 (2013)
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If our concern is to help wisdom to flourish in the world, then the central task before us is to transform academia so that it takes up its proper task of seeking and promoting wisdom instead of just acquiring knowledge. Improving knowledge about wisdom is no substitute; nor is the endeavour of searching for the correct definition of wisdom.
Keywords Wisdom  Academic Revolution  Wisdom-Inquiry  Knowledge-Inquiry  How to Define Wisdom  Knowledge about Wisdom  Global Problems
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