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  1. In general terms, in the Middle Ages, philosophy was secondary to religion, in fact, “served” it.

    Antique: cosmos is the only absolute. Medieval: God is the only absolute.

    Antique: many deities. Medieval: the one god.

    Ancient: the gods did not create the world, but ordered it. Medieval: God created the world.

    Ancient philosophy is self-sufficient. Medieval culture is based on faith.

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