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1 i.e., practical, as distinguished from speculative, wisdom.
2 Viz. Speculative Wisdom （as distinguished from Prudence or Practical Wisdom）, which is therefore a virtue, though not a virtue in the narrower sense of moral virtue. Throughout Aristotle's ethical works, praise and blame are the ordinary tests of virtue and vice. （See also chap. 12.）