In fairness to Alice, judging by our recently-concluded tour of the wonder-land of ideas, we must concede that the books generally do lack pictures. Conversations, however …
The Great Conversation: Wisdom—Part VII By Gabriel Blanchard If there is any single father of the Western tradition, it is surely Socrates; and the only thing Socrates claimed
To fathom the nature and operations of the divine upon humanity is an illumination beyond the workaday intellect.
From the more obvious moral and intellectual meanings of wisdom, we pass now to something more esoteric.
Scholars the world over will, doubtless, agree that the greatest artistic embodiment of wisdom in the last hundred years (perhaps, in the last five hundred) was Bugs Bunny.
The Great Conversation: Wisdom—Part II By Gabriel Blanchard Having discussed wisdom as a synonym for knowledge, we may shift to wisdom as a form of moral goodness. As