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The existence of fields such as pataphysics point to a lengthy debate that is beyond the scope of this article (see meta-philosophy ). Philosophers (e.g., Origen and Clement, Boethius, Plotinus, Augustine, Avicenna, Averroes, Maimonides, and later Aquinas) are chiefly concerned with religious questions. Christian themes were predominant during this regime. 1969 etc.) questions on canon law [ca. 1340] (ed. While the Latin West, employing a predominantly logical Aristotelianism, was engaged in the tasks described above, as well as in controversy on the topic of universals, the more advanced Islamic civilization spreading from the Middle East possessed the whole body of Aristotle's works.

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