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OK, yes--if, for instance, you go to get a degree in "Classics", you are studying things that were written in ancient Greek and Latin. That's not to say that contemporary philosophers, theologians, historians, and students of literature restrict themselves to that era, though, or that that era is particularly important to them.

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