Is Philosophy the key to Wisdom?
- Anonymous8 months ago
Pagan religions of the world believe all living things have a God and if you beleive in them you'll go to Heaven and if you don't you'll be tortured in Hell.
- Anonymous8 months ago
It can be. Psychiatry definitely is not.
- Rock RealtyLv 68 months ago
James 1:5 helps Us know where the source of true wisdom can be found.Source(s): Gods word, the Bible
- All hatLv 78 months ago
No, felt emotion is. Wisdom is to emotion as education is to intellectual learning.
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- 7FlightsupLv 68 months ago
No. Knowing Truth directly is.
- peter mLv 68 months ago
No. Philosophy is certainly not the supposed "key to Wisdom".
It has long been thought to be even in these industrial times.
Inextricably intertwined with modern industrialism it can
certainly have the same fate.
For we now know thanks to Thunberg & others that industrial
dreams are at-a-premium & hold fast to a fantasy that is not
just wrong but holds a terrible future for all who mistakenly
support that enterprise,
And the same for modern taught & perceived philosophy :
along with its insensible & catastrophic "logic" which has
been the bane of both philosophy & even mathematics
When Descartes tried to Explain Away the dualism of the
Body-mind problem he unleashed the unfortunate mistake
of thinking that philosophy was actually ABOVE human
thought, at least equal to it.
It ISN'T, we know that now. For there is a realm above &
certainly beyond human present knowledge & human present
philosophy too. It is the realm of reflection upon
the big mistakes of such philosophy that it has been complicit,
the Environment and Moral environmental philosophy mistakes
all this shows a lack of sense in today's philosophy, and a sensibility
which has been mistakenly thought existed in hard technology^..
masquerading AS A GOOD REASONABLE Science, & related
Things are critically changing & so they should. As noted here
before we must make our philosophy mistakes as our TECHNICAL
experimental mistakes, that is we MUST make these not only quicker
but better-&-better within the approaching "short term window"...
an Environmental different future.
Opening another chance with a new challenge for understanding our
wonderful philosophical past, its mistakes, its limitations.
^ Plus a lack of allied sensitivity in the accompanying hard
mathematics, & so the LOGIC of its foundations too.Source(s): the limitING mistake of Philosophy - see the Body-Mind mistake therein. Thanks to "P" here, "Glow Wings" & "Bulldog redux" et al including those who have answered "no" too. I may not love you all as much as I do now, just saying. We understand the hope for this little world of ours... an environment for hope & LEARNING above all else. I thank you again, you've made this guy quite humble, appreciative, and sentimental now!
- PLv 78 months ago
No. Wisdom has little to do with philosophy as an academic achievement which is a popular measure amongst academics. Wisdom comes from within although study can bring insight.
Wisdom can grow with life, but needs to be encouraged. Philosophy has lessons to teach, but needs an attentive and open learner
- j153eLv 78 months ago
Wisdom is wise dominion. A key is an algorithm that resolves the distance between you and wise dominion.
Wise dominion includes the God-directed Oneness of I and the Father are One, Plotinus' One Mind Soul, and is more commonly perceived as self-actualization, or the exercise of dominion over conditions: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maslow's_hierarchy_o...
Generally, knowledge is power, and pure lovingkindness balances power, and knowledge as wisdom.
Man, Master of His Destiny;
Understanding Yourself by Mark Prophet;
For Couples Only (wisdom has many dominions).
- Bulldog reduxLv 78 months ago
I think that making mistakes is the key to wisdom.
- 8 months ago
Yeah, but don't go to school for it.