“The Fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom and the knowledge of the holy is understanding.”
Two children learn the trivium. One is a covenant child who presupposes God in all his thinking. The other is a pagan child who presupposes man in all his thinking. The result are two trivium educated people who couldn’t be anymore different in terms of knowledge, understanding, and wisdom. So much so that the second child, though trivium educated, is a fool.
The Trivium by itself is not the means by which wisdom is attained.