For each of the following questions, arrange the sentences A, B, C, and D between sentences 1 and 6 to form a logical sequence with sentence 1 and sentence 6 as the starting sentence and the concluding sentence respectively.
(1) Philosophy, outside of the formal academic environment, can be considered a discipline, not a profession.
A- On the other hand, engineering, no matter the specialty, is firmly set in the ways of a profession, from the highly structured undergraduate training to the lifetime of professional requirements.
B- Although philosophy represents a body of knowledge, it does not beget an occupation built on that specialized body of knowledge.
C- This status does not devalue the discipline of philosophy, but rather permeates society with people grounded in the discipline’s fundamentals.
D- Philosophy degree holders move on to a myriad of job opportunities—from law to business to writing to political office—but there are no job openings on Monster.com for ‘Philosopher.’
(6) The geosciences are potentially at a crossroads—the field can either continue to be a profession or slowly evolve into a discipline.