c. was a result of following the argument of some teachers in Paris that Aristotle was right and Bible was wrong.
d. was a blow to conservative theologians, who favored using the philosophies of Aristotle to support articles of
a. argued that there was no practical use for scientific information.
b. studied optics as a purely mathematical problem.
c. rejected mathematical approaches to optics.
d. recommended dissection of the eyes of animals to better understand how light could be seen.
The leading center for the study of Roman law in the Middle Ages was
chansons de geste
a. imitated ancient Roman structures with its use of massive walls to support rounded arches.
b. replaced the Gothic as the dominant European style of architecture.