ūþ-witigung, f.n: the study of philosophy, philosophy. (OOTH-WIH-tih-gung / ˈuːθ-ˌwɪ-tɪ-gʌŋ)

Medieval manuscript image of a man sitting in a wooden chair, holding a book open on the desk in front of him, while five other men hold their own books and listen to him attentively.
Boethius, On the Consolation of Philosophy. Italy(?), 1385. Glasgow University Library, MS Hunter 374 (V.1.11), f. 4r. [wikipedia.org]

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