Wisdomlove (Mean English: Philosophy, from Greek "φιλοσοφία", philosophia, meaning "love of wisdom") is the lore of broad and deep hang-ups, thinking through things such as being itself, knowledge, worthiness, grounding, mind, and tung. The name was likely begotten by Pythagoras (around 570-495 BC). Wisdomloveish groundworks inhold asking, talking, grounded gainsaying, and witcrafty foreshowing. Olden wisdomloveish askings inhold: can one know anything and show it? What is most true? Wisdomlovers also set forth more grounded askings such as: is there a best way to live? Is it better to be fair or unfair (if one can get away with it)? Do men have free will?

Throughout yore, "wisdomlove" meant any body of knowledge. From the time of Olden Greek wisdomlover Aristotle to the H19th, "clay wisdomlove" (natural philosophy) girdled starlore, healing, and worldken. For byspel, Newton's 1687 "Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy" (Rimecrafty Eldertruths of Clay Wisdomlove) later became handled as a book of worldken. In the H19th, the growth of newfangled delving-loresteads led book-learned wisdomlove to become besundered. In the newfangled eld, some delvings that were most often a share of wisdomlove became split book-learned underthrows, inholding mindlore, kithlore, tunglore and geldlore.

Other delvings closely bound to listcraft, lore, mootmanship, or other things held stead as a share of wisdomlove. For byspel, is prettiness self-spoken or world-spoken? Are there many book-learned means or only one? Is mootish 'heaven' a truthful hope or a hopeless dreamworld? Great under-fields of book-learned wisdomlove inhold frumishapelore (metaphysics) ("to do with the deep grounding of truthfulness and being"), knowledgelore (epistemology) ("about the truthfulness and grounds of knowledge [and]... its bounds and believeworthiness"), sidelore (ethics), fairlore (aesthetics), mootish wisdomlove, witcraft (logic), wisdomlove of lore, and the yore of Western wisdomlove.

From the H20th, book-learned wisdomlovers help sithership mainly as teachers, delvers, and writers. However, many of those who learn wisdomlore in under-learning or after-learning underthrows give greatly to the fields of law, newscraft, mootlore, worship, lore, business and other listcrafty fields.