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Duns Scotus deepens the Greek notion of happiness down to Judeo-Christian redemption of debtor, which requires otherness with its radical transcendence.
In other words, preparation of the concept of univocity of being, as it came to be announced by his polemical Franciscan follower, John Duns Scotus, had been started implicitly by Henry of Ghent (Dumont 1998a:307 et al.
Ens inquantum ens: Der Begriff des Seienden als solchen als Gegenstand des Metaphysik nach der Lehre des Johannes Duns Scotus.
They moved again when St Francis's was vacated six years ago and were placed in the church of Blessed John Duns Scotus.
Hopkins, while he was in 1872 a Jesuit scholar, read Duns Scotus (c.
Bonansea, `The Divine Will and Its Bearing on the Moral Law and Man's Predestination', in Bonansea, Man and His Approach to God in John Duns Scotus (Lanham, Md: University Press of America, 1983) 187-224; Etienne Gilson, Jean Duns Scot.
A paper in the North American Review (October 1871), in which he defended the philosophical realism of Duns Scotus and attacked Berkeley's nominalism, contains some elements of pragmatism, but Peirce did not publish a full statement of pragmatism until 1878.
Duns Scotus joined the Franciscans and was a teacher at Oxford, Paris, and Cologne, becoming famous for his defense of the dogma of the Immaculate Conception and for his description of man's free will as a horse capable of throwing off grace, its rider.
Sciullo received his undergraduate degree from Duns Scotus College, Southfield, Mich.
Abstract: : In his Quodlibetal Questions and other texts, John Duns Scotus makes the seemingly-startling claim that angels or wayfarers achieve self-knowledge without recognizing Cod as their exemplar.
Supertranscendentality and Metaphysics: An Aporia in the Thought of John Duns Scotus, PHILIP NERI REESE
John Duns Scotus on Parts, Wholes, and Hylomorphism