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Horan, "Thomas Merton the 'Dunce': Identity, Incarnation, and the Not So Subtle Influence of John Duns Scotus," Cistercian Studies Quarterly 47 (2012) 149-75.
They moved again when St Francis's was vacated six years ago and were placed in the church of Blessed John Duns Scotus.
Wetter, Friedrich (1967) Die Trinitatslehre des Johannes Duns Scotus.
Even where the work under discussion seems impressively philosophical--as in the case of the epistemological reflections of Hugo Cavellus (Hugh MacCaghwell)--it gives the impression of being doctrinally philosophical, as if fearful of departing from the thought of Aristotle, as mediated through Duns Scotus.
He begins with a debate between Thomas Aquinas and Duns Scotus from the thirteenth century.
However, the Reformers were preceded by the real culprits who set God at a distance from the world, namely, the medieval theologians Duns Scotus and William of Ockham, in contrast to the Catholic theologian Thomas Aquinas who still maintained a close connection between God and humanity.
Duns Scotus deepens the Greek notion of happiness down to Judeo-Christian redemption of debtor, which requires otherness with its radical transcendence.
The church of Blessed St John Duns Scotus claim they have the "genuine remains" in a gold casket marked Corpus Valentini Martyris.
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.
In all three volumes, she explores many of the same themes, albeit with different emphases, and appeals to the same thinkers: Bonaventure, Duns Scotus, Bede Griffiths, Thomas Merton, Karl Rahner, Paul Tillich, Raimon Panikkar and, most especially, Pierre Teilhard de Chardin.
In the second of two volumes examining the texts (rather than the physical documents), historians and philosophers discuss those by such figures as Peter of Auvergne, John Duns Scotus, Thomas Wylton, and Peter Auriol.
Chapter 3 on "Univocal Creatures" continues exploring God's Life and created life in Aquinas and John Duns Scotus on analogical versus univocal divine predication.