Preface. Introductory Essay. 1. Human Wisdom: An Epistemological and Pedagogical Inquiry; K. Lehrer, N.D. Smith. Part I: Socrates. 2. The Aims of the Socratic Elenchos; H.H. Benson. 3. What Good is Human Wisdom? S.W. Calef. 4. Which `Socratic Method'? Models of Education in Plato's Dialogues; D.H. Calhoun. 5. Socratic Teaching and the Search for Coherence; R.P. Ebertz. Part II: Other Historical Views. 6. The Teaching of Wisdom: The Platonic Model of Teacher as Learner; B.J. Lum. 7. Wisdom and Ruling in the Republic; P. Vernezz. 8. Rediscovering Quinas's Concept of Knowledge; T.F. Cruz. 9. Hume's Positive Program; R. Snyder. Part III: Knowledge and Justification. 10. Justification and Knowledge; B. Russell. 11. Justifying Basic Belief Forming Processes; L. Stubenberg. 12. Seeing, Believing and so Forth; D. Gilman. 13. Who are you Going to Believe - Me or Your Own Eyes? The Place of Testimony in Knowledge Acquisition; J.F. Sennett. 14. Knowing what You Believe; A. Owens. Part IV: Skepticism and Ways of Knowing. 15. Skepticism, Mitigated Skepticism, and Contextualism; S. Jacobson. 16. Why Don't Lovers of Wisdom Dare to Love; V. Dalmiya. Part V: Wisdom. 17. Three Definitions of Wisdom; R. Garrett. 18. Wisdom; S. Ryan. Part VI: Teaching. 19. Metaphysical Skepticism and the Teaching of Philosophy; G. Ross. 20. Teaching Wisdom; A.P. Norman. 21. The Question of Wisdom in the Contemporary Academy; J.L. Golding. Name Index. Subject Index.