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Thomas Aquinas and others before him who had orthodoxly treated the blessedness of this life as ultimately ancillary to eternal blessedness: earthly existence, as partisans of all loyalties agreed, could only give happiness "quodammodo.
It might be more realistic to think of it as orthodoxly academic: bien-pensant, moderately informative, yes, rather cosy and self-congratulatory, perhaps, but radical, definitely not.
Though there were slight hints that all was not quite so orthodoxly Rational as appears at first sight by the slight inclination of the canopy from the rigorous grid of the main building.