Hey guys, it's winter break for me right now, and I'm doing some Latin translations to sharpen my skills for the upcoming semester. Usually Wheelock's answers all my questions for me, but not this time.
In the sentence: Sumus sapientores illis, quod nos naturam esse optimam ducem scimus.
(Working translation: we are wiser than them, because we know nature is the best leader)
Can the ablative be used sans prepositions to work as a comparison? ...