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Within Europe, there developed what has been described as a »medieval culture of disputation«. 1 This description seems equally apt with regard to certain societies in Asia that had strong Buddhist scholarly traditions. A formalised practice of disputation is one of the many correspondences that exists, for instance, between the scholarly cultures of medieval Europe and Tibet. In Europe, various intellectual and social movements contributed to the eventual decline of scholasticism, the systemdoi:10.1553/medievalworlds_no12_2020s96 fatcat:tqj3ve2usjh5dlhh2lx4hxe4r4