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Phronesis: definition and meaning

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What is Phronesis?

Phronesis is a Greek team which means ‘practical wisdom’ that has been derived from learning and evidence of practical things.  Phronesis leads to breakthrough thinking and creativity and enables the individual to discern and make good judgements about what is the right thing to do in a situation.

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