It is now customary to use the term ‘wisdom’ in all sorts of contexts without a clear observance of its etymological meaning and its ontological reference to being. The notion of wisdom is employed when one wants to say that one must be wise either in the sense of attainment of some knowledge or in terms of being ethical while making some social decisions or developing technical applications for the good or evil of people.
|Title of host publication||Wisdom or knowledge?|
|Editors||H. Melsinger, W. Drees, L. Zbigniew|
|Place of Publication||London, New York|
|Publisher||T & T Clark International|
|Number of pages||18|
|Publication status||Published - 2006|