Wisdom has an ontological priority over knowledge in so far as the former enables the latter to emerge. I am able to know because I enabled to know by wisdom. Wisdom is the condition of possibility for knowledge. The relation between wisdom and knowledge is not that between possibility and actuality. Possibility does not enable the actuality; possibility refers to the situation prior to something becoming actual. Wisdom is not the un-actualized knowledge, but the ‘ground’ that enables, the ‘source’ that engenders knowledge. Wisdom is the ‘goal’ of knowledge as well. Knowledge is linked and limited to what is known; it is a limited enterprise.