We want to understand how an individual develops wisdom and the circumstances and situations in which people are most likely to make wise decisions. We hope that, by deepening our scientific understanding of wisdom, we will also begin to understand how to gain, reinforce, and apply wisdom and, in turn, become wiser as a society.
Practical wisdom and virtue ethics for knowledge co-production in sustainability science
by G. Caniglia, R. Freeth, C. Luederitz, J. Leventon, S. P. West, B. John, D. Peukert, D. J. Lang, H. von Wehrden, B. Martín-López, I. Fazey, F. Russo, T. von Wirth, M. Schlüter & C. Vogel
Parents’ Wisdom and Adolescents’ Cognitive, Social, and Emotional Developmental Qualities
by Motahareh Zare Mazloom, Monika Ardelt, Samaneh Asadi, & Fahimeh Dehghani
Going beyond ourselves: the role of self-transcendent experiences in wisdomThe role of self-transcendent experiences in wisdom
by Yena Kim, Howard C. Nusbaum, & Fan Yang