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  1. I'll try to explain it to you, but I won't say anything for sure. A reasonable person knows a lot (i.e., he is a polymath), but does not use his knowledge at all, or rarely uses it. For example, he knows music theory, but does not compose anything. A wise person knows a lot and uses knowledge either always or often. That is, wisdom consists in the ability to use them, and wisdom requires intelligence, not erudition. For example, such a person deeply studies one or more sciences that they need. For example, if he is a physicist, then he studies hard only physics. For a better understanding, take the example of Sherlock Holmes.�

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