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Wisdom in Understanding the Language of Law
By Howard C. Nusbaum When I taught an undergraduate class on wisdom research at the University of Chicago a couple of years ago, students often conceptualized wisdom in terms of wise advice. This is generally a common idea about wisdom. Rather than thinking

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  • Mon, Oct 8 2012 10:06 AM

    Brenda Huskey

    By Howard C. Nusbaum When I taught an undergraduate class on wisdom research at the University of Chicago a couple of years ago, students often conceptualized wisdom in terms of wise advice. This is generally a common idea about wisdom. Rather than thinking
  • Thu, Oct 25 2012 11:33 AM

    Brenda Huskey

    POSTED ON BEHALF OF Don Blohowiak Two arguments in response to your thoughtful essay. First, an enthusiastic underscore to your point about the fallacy "that words mean just what they say." All words are subject to interpretation. This is for
  • Fri, Nov 9 2012 3:50 PM

    Anonymous

    Wisdom needs to be researched via phenomenology, hermeneutics, and heuristics. Hermeneutics establishes the agreement on meaning, whether it is via language,symbolism,or life itself. The understanding of meaning is a crucial element of the understanding