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He wrote three types of commentaries on those works: the greater commentaries (written at the end of his life). that it is divine. he dedicated his time to study Aristotle and he spent his life commenting on Aristotle’s works. which he wrote in defense of philosophers and philosophy. Medieval Philosophy achieved a level of intensity and sophistication rarely rivaled before or since, and many of its issues and theories in metaphysics, epistemology, action theory and ethics are still debated by thinkers today.

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