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Wisdom: “It’s the Context, Stupid.” In his recent blog “Can wisdom be taught with words?” Howard Nusbaum points to research suggesting that intelligence is context-specific, and Howard builds on this idea to propose that wisdom, too, may be “specific

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  • Thu, Jan 8 2009 12:57 PM

    Joy Wattawa

    Wisdom: “It’s the Context, Stupid.” In his recent blog “Can wisdom be taught with words?” Howard Nusbaum points to research suggesting that intelligence is context-specific, and Howard builds on this idea to propose that wisdom, too, may be “specific
  • Mon, Apr 20 2009 7:30 AM

    Ron C. de Weijze

    What if it is not (just) a question of widening or relativating the context? What if moral relativism ( ethical subjectivism and cultural relativism ) were only the outcomes of a false dilemma between absolutism such as Christianity or Islam on the one
  • Tue, Jul 27 2010 10:00 PM

    Ravi Arapurakal

    Inquiring into what makes individual decisions wise may not be helpful toward understanding how to enable more and more of us to be wise. A decision may be considered wise when the effective implementation of the courses of action that arise from it maximally
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