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science. Xwg it governs the other practical sciences, their ends serve as means to its end, which is nothing less than the human good. For a further discussion of this topic, see the following supplementary document: 2. It is, in fact, the fil of knowledge that such practitioners, if truly expert, will also wield in pursuing their tasks.