Intellectual wisdom; rationality as virtue
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Definition and proposition Reason is “acquired wit” and “produceth the sciences.”
As for acquired wit (I mean acquired by method and instruction), there is none but reason; which is grounded on the right use of speech, and produceth the sciences. But of reason and science, I have already spoken in the fifth and sixth chapters.
Hobbes, Lev VIII 13