We don’t receive wisdom; we must discover it for ourselves after a journey that no one can take for us or spare us. — Marcel Proust, In Search of Lost Time Remembrance of Things Past, Vol II: Within a Budding Grove
Athena, in ancient Greek religion, was the goddess of handicraft, and wisdom. She was associated with birds (especially the owl). Her birth to Zeus and contest with Poseidon for suzerainty of Athens were depicted on the Parthenon. Her birthday festival was the Panathenaea. — Encyclopædia Britannica
Muse, In Greco-Roman religion and myth, any of a group of sister goddesses, daughters of Zeus and Mnemosyne (Memory). A festival was held in their honour every four years near Mount Helicon, the centre of their cult in Greece. They probably began as the patron goddesses of poets, though later their range was extended to include all the liberal arts and sciences. — Encyclopædia Britannica
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70 People Ages 5-75 Answer: Advice For Someone Younger? (Glamour)
wisdom : (a) ability to discern inner qualities and relationships (b) good sense [common sense] (c) accumulated philosophical or scientific learning — Webster
Wisdom is the ability to think and act using knowledge, experience, understanding, common sense and insight. Wisdom is associated with attributes such as unbiased judgment, compassion, experiential self-knowledge, self-transcendence and non-attachment, and virtues such as ethics and benevolence. Wisdom has been defined in many different ways,including several distinct approaches to assess the characteristics attributed to wisdom. — Wikipedia
Wisdom from great writers on every year of life (Joshua Prager, TED)
Pearl of Wisdom Objectivity 34
The wisdom of the wise, and the experience of ages, may be preserved by quotation. — Benjamin Disraeli
Remembering Mr. Rogers 1994/1997 (Charlie Rose)
The DIKW pyramid, also known variously as the DIKW hierarchy, wisdom hierarchy, knowledge hierarchy, information hierarchy, information pyramid, and the data pyramid, refers loosely to a class of models for representing purported structural and/or functional relationships between the communication content types of data, information, knowledge, and wisdom. — Wikipedia
Most writers about the hierarchy refer to this passage from T. S. Eliot’s The Rock.
Russell Ackoff popularized the hierarchy to categorize the content of communication.
From data to wisdom (Russell L. Ackoff, Journal of Applies Systems Analysis)
On passing through 80 (Russell L. Ackoff, Systemic practice and action research)
These are links to pages about closely related subjects.
DIKW Content Hierarchy