GRE Text Completion: Maggoosh-GRE填空Maggoosh - BRMN83P020555D7AY

The Hellenistic and Judaic philosophy of the early centuries did not so much (i)____________ ancient Greek philosophy as it did (ii)____________ the Platonic concepts of this time with its understanding of the way in which an ideal world, or one of perfect forms, (iii)____________ the existence of a perfect being. Even the philosophy of the Middle Ages was so inextricably bound with the ideas of ancient Greece that many philosophers could hardly imagine discussing the existence of a perfect being without invoking the conceptual framework laid down by Plato more than a thousand years earlier. A. adapt B. supplant C. allowed for D. displace E. reconcile F. circumvented G. foreshadow H. corrupt I. called into question