Scotus, John Duns

Scotus, John Duns

Christian Philosophy . . 2015.

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  • DUNS SCOTUS, JOHN° — (1265–1308), Catholic theologian and philosopher. Scotus opposed many of the views of thomas aquinas . Against Aquinas he affirmed the limitations of philosophy, and argued that the will is superior to the intellect, because the will is free… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Scotus, Blessed John Duns — • Called Doctor Subtilis, Franciscan, philosopher, d. 1308 Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006 …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • John Duns Scotus — Johannes Duns Scotus Johannes (engl. John) Duns Scotus (* um 1266 in Duns, Schottland; † 8. November 1308 in Köln) war ein schottischer Theologe und Philosoph der Scholastik. Nachdem er in Northampton die Pr …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Duns Scotus, John — born 1266, Duns, Lothian, Scot. died Nov. 8, 1308, Cologne Medieval Scottish philosopher and Scholastic theologian. He studied and taught at Oxford, where he joined the Franciscans, and later taught at the University of Paris, from which he was… …   Universalium

  • Duns Scotus, John — (ca. 1265–1308)    Known as the Subtle Doctor, the Franciscan friar Duns Scotus was one of the most influential and significant philosophers and theologians of the later Middle Ages. His elaborate and nuanced discussions promoted the importance… …   Encyclopedia of medieval literature

  • John Duns Scotus — Jean Duns Scot Jean Duns Scot Philosophe écossais Moyen Âge Naissance : 1266 (Duns) Décès : 1308 ( …   Wikipédia en Français

  • John Duns Scot — Jean Duns Scot Jean Duns Scot Philosophe écossais Moyen Âge Naissance : 1266 (Duns) Décès : 1308 ( …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Duns Scotus, John — (c. 1266–1308) Franciscan philosopher and theologian. It is known that John Duns, the Scot, was ordained in 1291, but his earlier life is largely uncertain. He lectured in Cambridge and Oxford, then Paris, where he became regent master of… …   Philosophy dictionary

  • Duns Scotus,John — Duns Sco·tus (dŭnz skōʹtəs), John. Known as “the Subtle Doctor.” 1265? 1308. Scottish Franciscan friar, philosopher, and theologian whose commentary on Lombard s Sentences challenged influential doctrines of Aquinas, including his optimistic view …   Universalium

  • Duns Scotus, John — (c. 1266 1308)    A Scottish born Franciscan scholastic philosopher and theologian, Duns Scotus died before he could produce a Summa Theologiae or even revise his existing works, such as his commentaries on Peter Lombard s Sentences. He is known… …   Christian Philosophy

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