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But wisdom (as it was defined by the Old Philosophers) is the kno [[addition]] w [[/addition]] ledge of divine & homan things, & the causes from which they proceed/ the study of which whoever [[unclear]] & [[unclear]] understand [[deletion]] of it [[/deletion]] what there is which they would praise [[deletion]] [[unclear]] [[/deletion]] For [[deletion]] which [[/deletion]] [[addition]] it [[/addition]] the delight of the mind & a respite from other cares s to be taught after, what can be compared to the studies of those, who are always enquiring after something that has a tendency to make them good & happy.