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What Greek philosopher believed good conduct meant pursuing the “golden mean”? A. Socrates B. Plato C. Sophocles D. Aristotle
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Humanist scholars differed from medieval thinkers in that humanists A. rejected the learning of Greece and Rome. B. used Latin as their language for scholarship. C. tended to focus more on worldly subjects. D. tended to focus more on spirituality.
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Humanist scholars differed from medieval thinkers in the humanists: tended to focus more on wordly subjects.

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