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I would like to test the definition of "love of knowledge" and its relation to individual aptitudes. According to the concept of "love of knowledge or wisdom" a philosopher should be a master of learning by approaching all possible sources, including mathematics and formal logic. In psychology, it is noted that there are regionally specific skills which are generally (not always, or exclusively) localised within one of the two hemispheres of the brain. Those who are dominant in one of the sides may be good at verbal reasoning while the other may be good at mathematical reasoning. Because of this, it is plausible to accept that not all philosophers are strong in both mathematical and verbal reasoning. This means that people have to reach an understanding of the term "love of knowledge" based on their own particular aptitudes.
Is it possible to love wisdom while neglecting the study of mathematics?