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  1. Duns Scotus - Philosophical Writings: A Selection by John Duns Scotus, 1987-09
  2. The Philosophical Vision of John Duns Scotus: An Introduction by Mary Beth Ingham, Mechthild Dreyer, 2004-07
  3. Evidence and Its Function According to John Duns Scotus (Philosophy Series) by Peter C. Vier, 1951-12
  4. The Philosophy of John Duns Scotus by Antonie Vos, 2006-08-30
  5. Thomas Aquinas and John Duns Scotus: Natural Theology in the High Middle Ages (Continuum Studies in Philosophy) by Alexander W. Hall, 2009-11-15
  6. Duns Scotus on the Will and Morality by John Duns Scotus, Allan Bernard Wolter, et all 1998-03
  7. John Duns Scotus: Metaphysics and Ethics (Studien Und Texte Zur Geistesgeschichte Des Mittelalters)
  8. Philosophical Writings of John Duns Scotus by J. Duns Scotus, 1980-06
  9. A Treatise On God As First Principle by John Duns Scotus, 2004-06-30
  10. John Duns Scotus God and Creatures: The Quodlibetal Questions by John Duns Scotus, 1981-08
  11. John Duns Scotus: A Treatise on Potency and Act, Book Ix: Questions on the Metaphysics of Aristotle Book IX by John Duns Scotus, Alan Wolter, et all 2000-12
  12. The De Primo Principio Of John Duns Scotus
  13. Man and his approach to God in John Duns Scotus by Bernardino M Bonansea, 1983
  14. Duns Scotus on Divine Love: Texts and Commentary on Goodness and Freedom, God and Humans by John Duns Scotus, 2003-11

1. Duns Scotus, John
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  • The Cambridge Companion to Duns Scotus (Cambridge Companions to Philosophy) Philosophical Writings: A Selection Duns Scotus (Great Medieval Thinkers) Duns Scotus on the Will and Morality Quodlibetal Questions: Volumes 1 and 2, Quodlibets 1-7 (Yale Library of Medieval Philosophy Seri)

  • ASIN: Book Description Long recognized as one of the greatest medieval philosophical theologians, John Duns Scotus made his most innovative theoretical contributions in the area of metaphysics. A careful and detailed study of his argument for the existence of God and the theory of knowledge that makes this possible provides the most direct access to his basic ideas. Unlike the Five Ways of Thomas Aquinas or Anselm's famous Proslogion argument, Scotus's proof is of another order of complexity and amounts to a little "summa" of his metaphysics. Among those theologians to accept Aristotle's scientific theory, Scotus is perhaps the first to realize fully its negative consequences if the philosophical doctrines of divine illumination and the analogical concept of being interact
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    2. John Duns Scotus (Open Library)
    Books by Duns Scotus, John Philosophical writings a selection 12 editions first published in 1962
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    3. Duns Scotus, John Definition Of Duns Scotus, John In The Free Online Encyclopedi
    Duns Scotus, John (dŭnz skō`təs) Lat. Scotus =Irishman or Scot, c.1266–1308, scholastic philosopher and theologian, called the Subtle Doctor.
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    5. Duns Scotus, John - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Duns
    Duns Scotus, John (c. 1265– c. 1308) Scottish monk, a leading figure in the theological and philosophical system of medieval scholasticism, which attempted to show that Christian
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    6. Bl. John Duns Scotus
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    THE LIFE OF BLESSED JOHN DUNS SCOTUS Defender of the Immaculate Conception Here you will find a brief biography of Bl. John Duns Scotus, Franciscan Priest and Theologian of the Thirteenth Century. Next to St. Bonaventure, Bl. John is perhaps the most important and influential theologian in the history of the Franciscan Order. He was the founder of the Scotistic School in Theology, and until the time of the French Revolution his thought dominated the Roman Catholic faculties of theology in nearly all the major universities of Europe. He is chiefly known for his theology on the Absolute Kingship of Jesus Christ, the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary, and his philosophic refutation of evolution. A Table of Contents: The Birth and Childhood of Bl. John Duns Scotus
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    Bl. John's Death and Beatification The Birth and Childhood of Bl. John Duns Scotus Bl. John Duns Scotus was born in Duns, Berwickshire, Scotland, around 1265. He was immediately baptized after birth and was named after St. John the Evangelist. He grew up a good boy, healthy and pure like a little angel. He received a solid Christian formation from home and from the parish priest. He frequented the Cistercian Abbey of Melrose for his catechism lessons. There, he absorbed the ardent love for the Mother of God which St. Bernard had left as a patrimony to the Cistercians.

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    9. Duns Scotus, John
    This article is about the thirteenthcentury theologian John Duns Scotus. For the ninth-century Irish theologian also sometimes referred to as John Scotus, see Johannes Scottus
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    This article is about the thirteenth-century theologian John Duns Scotus. For the ninth-century Irish theologian also sometimes referred to as John Scotus, see Johannes Scottus Eriugena
    John Duns Scotus John Duns Scotus (c. 1266 – November 8, 1308) was one of the most important Franciscan theologians and the founder of Scotism, a special form of Scholasticism . He was a philosopher and logician , known as "Doctor Subtilis" because of his subtle merging of differing views. Duns Scotus made important contributions to epistemology by undermining the Augustinian concept of divine illumination of the intellect, laying out a detailed explanation of how certitude can be based on the knowledge of self-evident proposition, induction and awareness of our own intellectual state. Duns Scotus proposed the concept of "intuitive cognition," an existential awareness of intelligible objects, which later influenced the artistic world. He also gave will priority over intellect, saying it was the only true rational power because it had the capacity to choose between opposites. He argued that God had the power to do anything God willed. To the medieval concept of "essence" and "existence," Duns Scotus added a principle of individuation to the common nature of essence, “haecceitas” or “thisness," which defined the uniqueness of each being apart from its material existence. This concept opened the way for the idea of individual salvation.

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    Philosophy by the Book DUNS SCOTUS, JOHN (CA. 1266 1308) Questiones subtilissime Scoti in metaphysicam Aristotelis eiusdem De primo rerum pricipio atque Theoremata.
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    Questiones subtilissime Scoti in metaphysicam Aristotelis: eiusdem De primo rerum pricipio atque Theoremata.
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    Scotus represents a high point in the Scholastic tradition of close and sophisticated attention to metaphysical issues, steeped in yet extending Aristotle's achievement. This work deals with the 'first principles of things', and includes, among much else, extended discussions of causality.
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    11. Duns Scotus, John - Definition Of Duns Scotus, John By The Free Online Dictionar
    Thesaurus Legend Synonyms Related Words Antonyms. Noun 1. John Duns Scotus Scottish theologian who was very influential in the Middle Ages (1265-1308)
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    14. John Duns Scotus
    1.1 May the First Principle of things grant me to believe, to understand and to reveal what may please his majesty and may raise our minds to contemplate him.
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    A TREATISE ON GOD AS FIRST PRINCIPLE John Duns Scotus 1.1 May the First Principle of things grant me to believe, to understand and to reveal what may please his majesty and may raise our minds to contemplate him. 1.2 O Lord our God, true teacher that you are, when Moses your servant asked you for your name that he might proclaim it to the children of Israel, you, knowing what the mind of mortals could grasp of you, replied: "I am who am," thus disclosing your blessed name. You are truly what it means to be, you are the whole of what it means to exist. This, if it be possible for me, I should like to know by way of demonstration. Help me then, O Lord, as I investigate how much our natural reason can learn about that true being which you are if we begin with the being which you have predicated of yourself. 1.3 Although being has many properties it would not be irrelevant to consider, it is to the more fruitful source of the essential order that I turn, proceeding according to the following plan. I shall set forth in this first chapter the four divisions of order. From this one can gather how many kinds of essential orders exist. 1.4 For a division to be clear it is necessary (1) that the members resulting from the division be indicated and thus be shown to be contained in what is divided, (2) that the mutually exclusive character of the parts be manifest, and (3) that the classification exhaust the subject matter to be divided. The first requirement will be met in this chapter; the others, in the second. With no attempt at justification, then, in the present chapter I shall simply enumerate the divisions and explain the meaning of the parts.

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    Doctor Subtilis , and found the ground already cleared for the conflict with the followers of Aquinas. He made indeed very free use of Aristoteleanism, much freer than his predecessors, but in its employment exercised sharp criticism, and in important points adhered to the teaching of the Older Franciscan School especially with regard to the plurality of forms or of souls, the spiritual matter of the angels and of souls, etc., wherein and in other points he combatted energetically St. Thomas. The Scotism beginning with him, or what is known as the Later Franciscan School, is thus only a continuation or further development of the older school, with a much wider, although not exclusive acceptance of Peripatetic ideas, or with the express and strict challenge of the same (e.g. the view that matter is the principium individuationis Concerning the character and teaching of Scotus we have already spoken in the special article quod anima rationalis . . . non sit forma corporis humani per se et essentialiter " (the rational soul is not per se and essentially the form of the human body), was directed, not against the Scotist doctrine of the

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