Research on wisdom has become popular primarily in the last two decades. There is no generally excepted deﬁnition as yet, but a general consensus exists that wisdom is a concept, which can be studied from various aspects, similarly to information.
Good intelligence has always been essential for human survival. Its significance, however, has grown tremendously as a result of a rapid increase in information activities. Consequently, we are fully justified to talk about an intelligence revolution.
The article is one of the results reached within the frames of a broader project Selective bibliography of key contributions to the development of the information science, in which the authors have been involved since 1995. The result of the project should be a special bibliographical history of the information science.