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originally posted by: luciferslight
Google definition says logic (in a way) is computed and absolute truth.....Logic: (reasoning) conducted or assessed according to strict principles of validity....these are subjective processes...in other words...suggestions to "consider" as true in a valid way...see the the issue? Wisdom: The QUALITY of having experience, knowledge, and good judgment; the quality of being wise. Note the word quality of having and not just "having" experience and knowledge. This is an attribute...experience is in two fashions, this is why it's defined that way....experiencing through "physical events" and experiencing abstract objective realities like truth, this is done through spiritual apprehension (not specifically referring to religion, but does take place in religions)....but good point, I see where you were going with that.
originally posted by: auto3000
There two different natures of knowledge: Factual knowledge and knowledge of the truth. These are "truth" statements, which brings about the question: which knowledge do you possess? Factual knowledge, truth knowledge or both?
originally posted by: rstrats
a reply to: SlapMonkey
re: "...the term 'truth' is subjective..."
Can you give an example of a subjective truth?
originally posted by: Sublimecraft
a reply to: auto3000
Knowledge is a realization of truth of the unknown.
Wisdom is a realization of learning from the misunderstanding of the known.