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The Link between Wisdom and Virtue – A Clear Lens

September 14, 2017

“…Aristotle once wrote that, “it is not possible to be good in the strict sense without practical wisdom, nor practically wise without moral virtue.”[2] Plato also argued that our cognitive abilities cannot perform correctly unless they are immersed in a virtuous character.[3] Even Solomon and Job recognized that, “The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge” Proverbs 1:17, and, “to depart from evil is understanding” Job 28:28…”

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