So you're the same person you were 10 years ago?1) I chose it like 10 years ago
2) I am, in fact, a fan of wisdom. I can call myself a fan of philosophy, even if I don't care for 90% of the academic philosophers. What is wisdom? For sure not isolating yourself and over-think your way into mental collapse like Nietzsche did lol.
Well, it's unwise to call yourself a fan of something you know very little formally about. That honestly seems ridiculous. Like you wouldn't consider someone a fan of the Clevland Browns if they couldn't tell you who plays or has played on the team, what the browns record was, what color their jersey is, and a little about their history all accurately. Of course, some fans are more intense or zealous than others and so know more, but judging from this dialogue, which is limited, you're as much a fan of wisdom as a politician is a fan of honesty. Okay, what philosophers do you care for? Carl Jaspers, Rene' Gerad, Michael Thomas. ect? Do realize you're talking to someone who knows a lot about philosophers living and dead as philosophy and mathematics are my specialty; I don't know all philosophers, but I'm very curious about the philosopher you reference, so do share just who these philosophers are as it is my genuine occupation to know and understand philosophy. Wisdom is knowing when and how to act as well as how to think given the circumstance, goal at hand, and what is generally considered good. Nietzsche didn't think himself into a mental collapse he was likely schizophrenic or suffered from a brain tumor, or early onset dementia, do some research before making claims. Isolate yourself when you want to think rigorously and originally. What is wisdom? Not talking about things you know very little about, yes, I think this is a part of wisdom. Since you're a fan of God, what does the Bible say?" Be quick to listen, slow to speak, and slow to anger and it is a fool that hates wisdom and instruction and it's the fool that presumes themselves wise?"