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But wisdom (as it was defined by the Old Philosophers) is the knowledge of divine & human things & the [[deletion]] [[unclear]] [[/deletion]] causes ^ [[deletion]] which [[unclear]] contained wisdom [[/deletion]] [[addition]] from which they proceed [[/addition] [[deletion]] things: [[/deletion]] ^ [[addition]] [[underline]] the study of which [[/underline]] [[/addition]] who ever blames, I do not understand what there is which they would praise [[deletion]] whether [[/deletion]] [[addition]] [[unclear]] [[/addition]] [[deletion]] it is for pleasure [[addition]] or [[unclear]] [[/addition]] for the sake of [[unclear]] quieting [[deletion]] the [[unclear]] [[addition]] with [[/addition]] [[unclear]] [[/deletion]] [[deletion]] the mind, what [[unclear]] be compared [[unclear]] [[unclear]] which is always enquiring after something, which [[unclear]] a happy life. [[/deletion]]