... the difference between wisdom and knowledge, the overwhelming bias towards the latter in an information age.
●Knowledge is not wisdom.
●Though tangentially related, the two cannot be pursued in the same way or at the same time.
●Information is a consumable good; knowledge is a storehouse of consumed information.
●Our age has made information an cheap, attractive, marketable good.
●In the information age, if one wants to pursue wisdom with greater zeal or devotion, he must find a way to turn his energies away from the aquisition and consumption of more and more information.
Thoreau went into the woods to live deliberately.
technoSabbatarianism may only be step one ...