Murdoch, John E. Antiquity and the Middle Ages. 1St edition, New York: MacMillan Publishing Company., 1984.
"Divisio scientarum II" Murdoch p. 40
MS BL Egert 935, fol. 36r
philosophy (summa disciplina) divided into physica (arithmetic, geometry, astronomy, music ** also medicine, astrology, mechanics), ethica (prudence, justice, fortitude, temperance), and loyca (grammar, dialectic, rhetoric)
Note this isn't a perfect hierarchy - physica separates out into arithmetic, geometry, astronomy, music, medicine, astrology, and then recombines at mechanics. Why?
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