When R&D write that enacting practical wisdom “must be initiated and maintained — it must be self-directed,” (150) what do they mean?
You direct practical wisdom to output the best course of action?
Practical wisdom directs your actions?
You think long and hard over what you want to do and then do it?
You seek expert advice and make an informed decision?
Their insistence on the importance of “self-direction” is puzzling. Whose direction is it going to be? It’s a trivial notion.