For wisdom is one of the most beautiful things,
and Love is of the beautiful; and therefore Love is also a philosopher
or lover of wisdom; and being a philosopher, he falls between being
wise and being ignorant. And of this too his birth is the cause, for
his father is wise and resourceful, and his mother poor and foolish.
For man is a giddy thing, and this is my conclusion.
Benedick of Shakespeare's Much
Ado About Nothing