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 Now I have spoken and advised you enough on these studies for the present. It remains to tell you about “wisdom” and “philosophy.”1 It is true that if one were pleading a case on any other issue it would be out of place to discuss these words （for they are foreign to all litigation）, but it is appropriate for me, since I am being tried on such an issue, and since I hold that what some people call philosophy is not entitled to that name, to define and explain to you what philosophy, properly conceived, really is.
1 See General Introd. pp. xxvi ff.