What is a dispute? How did the disputes go in the Middle Ages?

A dispute, in principle, means a certain dispute, but only dressed in a scientific uniform. The disputes usually brought up some burning topic, on which usually two participants had to present their point of view. The value was represented by how well-grounded and reasoned this or that participant will defend his position. For the Middle Ages, it is characteristic that disputes were held on religious topics; during the years of the Reformation, disputes between Catholics and Protestants were characteristic.

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