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However, in comparison with modern society, the early doctorate emerged in a society with very limited access to books and other textual material, and the role of the holder of the doctorate was to expound their interpretations of texts. Teaching and learning in the medieval universities was primarily oral, with written texts playing a supporting role (Kruse, 2006). Lectures in which a teacher would comment on passages from an authoritative text comprised the main form of teaching. These lectures were complemented by formal disputations in which participants would address set questions.
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