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What Psychological and Social Factors Contribute to the Development of Wisdom? (Part 2, Discussion Summary)
By Howard Nusbaum Does a person become wise through a mysterious force of nature—just something that happens to a rare few individuals, and is therefore beyond the intervention of human intention and control? This is the impression one gets in thinking

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  • Wed, Oct 1 2014 7:43 PM

    Brenda Huskey

    By Howard Nusbaum Does a person become wise through a mysterious force of nature—just something that happens to a rare few individuals, and is therefore beyond the intervention of human intention and control? This is the impression one gets in thinking
  • Sat, Oct 11 2014 4:41 AM

    Henry Meghaizel

    In response to question 1 above: " What is the role of emotions in wisdom?" In itself emotions has no role. Balanced and regulated emotions indicate a certain strength in the individual expressing those emotions. That, however, does not qualify
  • Thu, Nov 20 2014 8:51 PM

    Ron Krumpos

    I seldom use the term 'holistic,' but it does seem to be applicable here. Wisdom encompasses the 'whole view'...emotional, mental, physical, and spiritual, which may vary for each person and/or in each situation. We might, however, be
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