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see Erigena, John ScotusErigena, John Scotus
[Lat. Scotus=Irish, Erigena=born in Ireland], c.810–c.877, scholastic philosopher, born in Ireland. About 847 he was invited by Charles II, king of the West Franks (later Holy Roman emperor), to take charge of the court school at Paris.
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; Duns ScotusDuns Scotus, John
[Lat. Scotus=Irishman or Scot], c.1266–1308, scholastic philosopher and theologian, called the Subtle Doctor. A native of Scotland, he became a Franciscan and taught at Oxford, Paris, and Cologne.
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The introduction of causal explanatory senses is relevant, for it allows a common language of dialogue with Scotus and Suarez.
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54) Although the philosophical and theological milieu out of which Scotus's approach arises helps contextualize the radicality of his thought in contradistinction to his predecessors and contemporaries, the limited scope of this article prevents my exploring the various theories of individuation that Scotus considered prior to advancing his own argument.
John Dun Scotus, a Franciscan philosopher and theologian who lived from 1266 to 1308, is best known to Catholics as the proponent of the Immaculate Conception.
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It is not only about the redirection of attention from the abstract meanings, extending sharply beyond worldly reality, to the mechanism of signification and, accordingly, to the singular concrete items of nature, because the problem of universals had been a consistent part of Christian theological deliberations from times remote; as we shall see, some fundamental distinctions of Ockham and of Duns Scotus, concerning the particularity of being, are to be read against the background of their Trinitarian speculations.