Re-establishing of the Cracow University in 1400 led to forming the Cracow
School of philosophy being unique in its practicalism, tolerance, probabilism,
concordism, eclecticism, Buridanism in philosophy of nature, ethics and anthropology,
and focus on natural sciences, as well as in highlighting the methodological distinction
of the orders of faith and knowledge, philosophy and theology. All of these
characteristics might be found in the work of Benedykt Hesse, one of the main
representants of Cracow academic community of the first half of 15th century.