Wisdom: Selected full-text books and articles

Way to Wisdom: An Introduction to Philosophy By Karl Jaspers; Ralph Manheim Yale University Press, 1951
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The Lure of Wisdom By James D. Collins Marquette University Press, 1962
FREE! Wisdom and Destiny By Maurice Maeterlinck; Alfred Sutro Dodd, Mead, 1899
Canons and Wisdoms By Albert Cook University of Pennsylvania Press, 1993
Wisdom and Love in Saint Thomas Aquinas By Étienne Gilson Marquette University Press, 1951
The Book of Proverbs and Our Search for Wisdom By Richard J. Clifford Marquette University Press, 1995
Wisdom and Wonder in Metaphysics A: 1-2 By Schaeffer, Denise The Review of Metaphysics, Vol. 52, No. 3, March 1999
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