Sure. With the full understanding that the wizards list of rules, tricks and formulas represent less than 1% of what magic is capable of. In short, his studious doesn't guarantee him a privleged place when it comes to knowing any particular magical ability.
so I'll again ask you what in those vague strawmen are you referring toI was specific. I even gave you a numbered list of the specifics.
To answer this specific question of "what clearly sets the wizard apart". In terms of theme it's his studiousness toward magic.
@MoonSong I'd rather wizard and sorcerer have different must take spells that were unique rather than a selection of must haves plus a meaningless assortment of spells that range from trap to niche or pointless. You and frog reaver keep bringing up the handful of wizard specific spells as if they are largely meaningful options & when pressed to justify it resort or character assassinations changing of the subject or simply pound the table as if the mere presence of any number of spells on the wizard but not sorcerer list is an argument in itself.