Cool article. This is exactly the type of stuff we need - but you're only scraping the surface. I /really/ recommend you look into the work of John Vervaeke. He's a cognitive scientist who is all about wisdom cultivation (among many other things). He talks about wisdom as being a type of meta-rationality in which you know when to apply rationality and avoid being caught in the biases of over rationalizing everything - he speaks for how rationality, emotions, and intuition all have their strengths and shortcoming, and how to have them work together so you can become the best possible agent.
You can fx. start here: