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Hans Sluga William and Trudy Ausfahl Professor of Philosophy (B. Hence, university discipline was largely in-house and followed the forms of canon law as set out by Gratian in his Decretum. Often, philosophy is seen as an investigation into an area not understood well enough to be its own branch of knowledge. Thomas Aquinas on the Convertibility of Being and Goodness. Not only was he continually asking questions of fishermen, hunters, beekeepers, and birdcatchers, but he himself also bent his sight to the things of the visible world.

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