Duns Scotus


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Duns Scotus

John. ?1265--1308, Scottish scholastic theologian and Franciscan priest: opposed the theology of St. Thomas Aquinas
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(17.) Duns Scotus, quoted with commentary in Hannah Arendt, The Life of the Mind, vol.
This crucial dimension of the term marks its overlap with the theology of Duns Scotus, in particular with his concept of haecceitas ("thisness").
JOHN DUNS SCOTUS: QUESTIONS ON ARISTOTLE'S CATEGORIES, QQ.
In the adjacent room, Duns Scotus, Steinzeit (Stone Age), and Die Kiinstlergruppe Miilkeimer Freiheit auf dem Weg zu Bio's Babnhof (The Artistic Group Miilheimer Freiheit on the way to Bio's Bahnhof) extended this theme of trashed beginnings.
Vos, A.: The philosophy of John Duns Scotus. Edinburg: Ed.
In spite of this, we see a return to almost 'logicist' tendencies within later medieval thinkers such as John Duns Scotus and William of Ockham, as discussed in the essays of Simo Knuuttila (Chapter 3, 'The Metaphysics of the Categories in John Duns Scotus') and Calvin G.
Among the topics are the eternity of the world according to Peter of Candia, what Aquinas learned from Maimonides, John Duns Scotus' approach to metaphysics, and Augustinian abstraction and Henry of Ghent's metaphysical argument.
The church of Blessed St John Duns Scotus claim they have the "genuine remains" in a gold casket marked Corpus Valentini Martyris.
Here an Aristotelian of the 13th century Duns Scotus detects Aristotle's incoherence or at least some vagueness of his thought (Ordinatio, Prologus, p.