Duns Scotus

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Scottish theologian who was very influential in the Middle Ages (1265-1308)

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Here's one for the pub quiz - did you know the Scottish city is home to the relics of St Valentine in the Blessed John Duns Scotus church in the Gorbals.
It's a Franciscan approach, and indeed was the theology of key Franciscan figures like Duns Scotus and St.
Thus, while Alessandro Vettori finds a sui generis form of prayer in the musical Laude of the Franciscan mystic of Jacopone of Todi, Mary Beth Ingham examines the highly complex philosophical text of John Duns Scotus, Tractatus de Primo Principio, in a fascinating essay.
Forthcoming from Fortress Press is his Postmodernity and Univocity: A Critical Assessment of Radical Orthodoxy's Use of John Duns Scotus.
Part two, covering 1280 to 1320, tells the stoiy of two watershed developments associated with Henry of Ghent and John Duns Scotus, and the various scholastic reactions to their innovations.
Sciullo received his undergraduate degree from Duns Scotus College, Southfield, Mich.
Once you make the move that Duns Scotus pursued, you can easily roll modern science's evolutionary account of the cosmos into Ong's construct of the Incarnation and creation.
However, the essay, like Ward's earlier "Philosophy and Inscape: Hopkins and the Formalitas of Duns Scotus," Texas Studies in Literature and Language (Summer 1990), is a definite addition to research, and will encourage further study of Newman's influence on his best-known convert.
Certain elements of it, such as its tendency to equate the liberation of the individual soul with the liberation of Christ within that soul, and the importance it attaches both to God's grace and to a priest's absolution, are seen by Weiske as implying that the Gesta were compiled by a Franciscan author of the time before Duns Scotus - a plausible theory, which substantiates the ascription of the work to a Franciscan in the oldest dated manuscript (Innsbruck MS 310, 1342).
The origin lies with the philosopher, John Duns Scotus.
Let's admit these are strange days when a book that makes ample reference to Spinoza, Machiavelli, Deleuze, and Duns Scotus accrues a kind of pop-culture stardom.
This would be even better if there was a British connection and The Mirror supported the causes of John Randal Bradburne, Father Ignatius Spencer, and Blessed John Duns Scotus.
scholars who also have assessed Hopkins' influences from Ruskin, the Tractariarts, Newman, and especially Duns Scotus.
Linesch holds a Bachelor's degree from Duns Scotus College.