Duns Scotus And The Unity Of The Virtues

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THE CONNECTION OF VIRTUES ACCORDING TO OCKHAM

virtues, for instance, is essentially the same as that of Duns Scotus. Though inspired by Scotus, he does not merely copy or follow the Subtle Doctor blindly, but reveals great personal ability and originality. The same Scotistic influence can be observed in Dur-andus1 doctrine on the connection of the infused virtues.

Franciscan Martyrs in England

Bacon, 28 Duns Scotus, 28 Strict Obser- vance, 30. 1490428 CONTEXTS. CHAPTER V. THE MARTYR's CROWN Up to the present time the heroic virtues of

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Saint Thomas or Duns Scotus, developed and completed the Hellenic tradition on these concepts in a way that de facto manifests the in­ fluence of Christian revelation. As the author realizes, the task is immense and full of pitfalls. Yet he makes the venture, and if one grants his acceptation of his

The Aristotelian Substratum of the Baha'i Writings

Averroes, St. Thomas Aquinas and Duns Scotus, not only unites thinkers from the Jewish, Muslim and Christian traditions but also shows itself sufficiently versatile to accommodate fresh re-formulations in light of new discoveries and intellectual developments especially in relationship to Heidegger s existentialism and Whitehead s

The Cambridge Companion to Augustine

Duns Scotus on Natural and Supernatural Knowledge ofGod in The Cambridge Companion to Duns Scotus. gareth b. matthewsis Professor of Philosophy at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. He is the author ofThought s Ego in Augustine and Descartesand the editor ofThe Augustinian Tradition.

POLITICAL QUODLIBETA - CORE

according to John Duns Scotus Revisited, RTAM 50 (1988), pp. 184 206. 442 roberto lambertini unity of prudence in general, but also offers two possible interpre-

Alphabetical List of Entries

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THE AUDACITY OF THOUGHT: SEEING THINKING AS THE MORAL VIRTUE

or useful ends. One of Arendt s favorite sayings was Duns Scotus s Amo, volo ut sis : ―To say ‗I love means ‗I desire a ―you,‖ who differs essentially from myself, to exist. ‖14 Having reflective self-presence, being a thinking ―two-in-one,‖ working to reconcile the manifold in our own experiences, teaches us

A Letter to Brother Anthony of Padua I am pleased that you

union of God and man in the unity of the Person of Christ. 6 Thus Bonaventure articulates the implications of the statement about Christmas attributed to Francis in the Assisi. Compilation: Because he was born, we knew we would 5 Cf. Soul s Journey into God, V:2 in Bonaventure, trans. Ewert Cousins (New York: Paulist Press 1978) 94-95.

The Teleology of Virtue - University of Chicago

Duns Scotus and William of Occam, was a natural intellectual product of the medieval church. It is scarcely to be recon- ciled with Christianity; but the medieval church had relapsed largely into Judaism. It is a natural part of any doctrine which lays too great emphasis on the article of the Divine Sovereignty.

Body and Soul - University of Toronto

c Peter King, 2011. BODY AND SOUL Modern philosophy is haunted by the spectre of Cartesian dualism: the view that a human being is an composite of two fundamentally different sub-

the cambridge companion to DUNS SCOTUS

John Duns Scotus (1265/6 1308) was (along with Aquinas and Ockham) one of the three principal figures in medieval philosophy and theology, with an influence on modern thought arguably even greater than that of Aquinas. The essays in this volume systemati-cally survey the full range of Scotus s thought. They take care to

AQUINAS, SCOTUS, AND THE FRAGMENTATION OF VIRTUOUS CHARACTER

work of Duns Scotus. This paper argues that Aquinas contributes somewhat more to the fragmentation of virtuous character and Scotus somewhat less than a casual reading suggests. Aquinas introduces a sharp division between the inseparable cardinal virtues, defined rather narrowly, and a long list of other virtues discussed by Aristotle.

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the Theological Virtues: Bonaventure Texts in Translation Series. with Reference to Bonaventure s Account of Unity and Thomas Aquinas, John Duns Scotus

ARCHCONFRATERNITY OF THE KNIGHTS OF SAINT FRANCIS OF ASSISI

the Roman Pontiff is the foundation and sign of visible unity. SPIRITUAL DIRECTION: The Knights of Saint Francis will have a Spiritual Director appointed by the Knights of Saint Francis Board of Trustees with the permission of the Archbishop of San Francisco.

Étienne Gilson in The Universal Encyclopedia of Philosophy

philosophie de saint Bonaventure)1 and Duns Scotus (Pourquoi saint 1 Paris: Vrin, 1924. In English: The Philosophy of St. Bonaventure, trans. by Dom Illtyd Trethowan and Frank J. Sheed (Paterson, N.J.: St. Anthony Guild Press, 1965).

Contributors - University of Notre Dame

author of The Moral Virtues and Theological Ethics. He is author of From Unity to Pluralism: Duns Scotus, John, 89, 138 Edwards, Sandra, 137-138

Summa Theologica Ia IIae q90. THE ESSENCE OF LAW

Dominican Province, and from the works of Blessed John Duns Scotus as selected and arranged by Jerome of Montefortino and as translated by Peter L.P. Simpson. Texts are taken from the Opus Oxoniense, the Reportata Parisiensia, and the Quodlibeta of the Wadding edition of Scotus works.] Article 1. Whether law is something pertaining to reason?

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perception, cognition, and desire (p. 12). Third, thinkers were pondering over the unique unity of the individual what Duns Scotus's called haecceitas ( this-ness ). Consequently, the singular one was now a topic no less fascinating than the universal one. Yet universals still played their part in the literary landscape.

An Attempt to Understand the Problem of Universals

I. The Argument of Unity (Boethius, Avicenna, Albert the Great, Ockham) A universal is said to be one, and yet is in many things which is contradictory. Universals cannot exist because everything that exists is one and a universal is in many things. It cannot be one and many at the same time6. The same argument has been repeated often

Hyper about Pluralism: A Review Essay

John Duns Scotus, a thirteenth-century scholastic, and William of Occam, a contemporary of Scotus, had already broken with the traditional understanding of God and started to relegate him to a status comparable to creation itself. Even so, Gregory writes that the Reformation ended more than a thousand

Life s Ultimate Questions Aquinas

the soul, and the unity of John Duns Scotus (1266-1308) living because of virtues and laws. 21 Virtues: Guidance from the Inside

Hylomorphism and Mereology - Cambridge Scholars

16 (forthcoming) will treat axiology and the virtues. Citing recent interest in hylomorphism in debates over the unity of material objects, Andrew Arlig weighs the merits of scholastic accounts in his Multiplex Composition and The Prospects for Substantial Unity. Arlig raises what he terms easy and hard problems for medieval

MICHAEL L. RAPOSA - Lehigh University

Of Richard Gale s John Dewey s Quest for Unity: The Journey of a Promethean Mystic in the American Journal of Theology and Philosophy 31 (September, 2010): 275-78 Of Judith Green s Pragmatism and Social Hope: Deepening Democracy in Global Contexts in the Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy Newsletter 108 (November, 2009): 46-47

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*** Duns Scotus On the Will & Morality *** Kierkegaard Works of Love *** Hare God s Call *** Murphy An Essay on Divine Authority ** Adams Finite & Infinite Goods Rel. 827 Kant s Philosophy of Religion Hare *** Kant Religion within the limits of Reason Alone

University of Birmingham Natural Law in Aquinas and Suarez

wishing to read the Summa, by order of the Franciscan order; Johannes Duns Scotus (e.g. Sent III.33) and Ockham (e.g. Sent III.11; Quaestionae Variae, 6-7). 2Encyclical of Pope Leo XIII, 4 August 1879 § 24. 3See in particular W Farrell, The Natural Law According to St Thomas and Suarez(St Dominic s Press 1930); Farrell, Companion to

The Franciscans [forthcoming in the Oxford Handbook of the

Duns Scotus and William Ockham. In the next section of this paper I consider what Scotus and Ockham have to say about virtue. This discussion bears on Franciscan voluntarism insofar as both thinkers accept the view, defended at least as early as Bonaventure, that all virtues properly so called are in the will.

INAUGURAL CONFERENCE PAN-ORTHODOX UNITY AND CONCILIARITY

The Priority of the Person in the Cappadocian Fathers and in John Duns Scotus Theology January 12, 11:00-13:30 Session 11 Under the influence of the Cappadocian Fathers, the Council of Constantinople (381 C.E.) altered the Creed of Nicaea (325 C.E.): instead of referring to the Son as being ³from the substance of the Father,´ it

Teaching Dante in the History of Christian Theology

Bernard of Clairvaux, Peter Lombard, Thomas Aquinas, Duns Scotus, William Ockham, Catherine of Siena, Julian of Norwich, and Thomas à Kempis. Given this welter of names and related theological topics, the instructor s challenge is to find ways to help students to understand both the larger picture

The Aristotelian Substratum of the Bahá í Writings

sons of Maimonides, Avicenna, Averroes, St. Thomas Aquinas and Duns Scotus, not only unites thinkers from the Jewish, Muslim and Christian traditions but also shows itself suffi-ciently versatile to accommodate fresh re-formulations in light of new discoveries and intellec-

Antonie Vos, The Philosophy of John Duns Scotus

account of Scotus s philosophy is the multi-authored Cambridge Companion to Philosophy a largely excellent volume that inevitably lacks an overall unity of vision and approach. So Antonie Vos s The Philosophy of John Duns Scotus represents something of a landmark in the recent history of Scotus scholarship.

The Aristotelian Background to Scotus's Rejection of the

thinking Moral Dispositions: Scotus on the Virtues in The Cambridge Companion to Duns Scotus , ed. Thomas Williams (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2003), 352-74. 1 discuss some of Scotus's views about the virtues in Chapter 4 of my Conscience and Other Virtues (University Park, PA: The Pennsylvania State University Press, 2001). 317

A PDF COMPANION TO THE AUDIOBOOK

Aquinas to Duns Scotus (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002). For the parts approach, see Eleonore Stump, Aquinas Metaphysics of the Incarnation, in her book Aquinas (New York: Routledge, 2003); and Brian Leftow, A Timeless God Incarnate, in The Incarnation, ed.

The Cambridge Companion to DUNS SCOTUS

Duns Scotus in English Translation xv Introduction: The Life and Works of John Duns the Scot 1 thomas williams 1 Scotus on Metaphysics 15 peter king 2 Space and Time 69 neil lewis 3 Universals and Individuation 100 timothy b. noone 4 Duns Scotus s Modal Theory 129 calvin g. normore 5 Duns Scotus s Philosophy of Language 161 dominik perler

The Unintended Reformation: How a Religious Revolution

Duns Scotus, leads to the effective lowering of God, whom it becomes easy to view as one being among others, even if superior in every way. God becomes a mere demiurge, or at most the God of Deism, not the transcendental ground of all reality. The basis for this move to univocity was that otherwise it was

Physics Aristotle 838678cf7296d8dce3c5923cb763cd86

Thomas Aquinas, John Buridan, and Duns Scotus. Across the eight chapters, the problems and texts from Aristotle that set the stage for European natural philosophy as it was practiced from the thirteenth to the seventeenth centuries are considered first as they appear in

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Review of John Duns Scotus. Duns Scotus on Time and Existence: The Questions on Aristotle s De interpretatione. Translated with introduction and commentary by Edward Buckner and Jack Zupko, Journal of the History of Philosophy

Aquinas On Being And Essence A Translation And Interpretation

Download Free Aquinas On Being And Essence A Translation And Interpretation philosophy of religion. Arguing that Aquinas's though avoids many of the pitfalls of contemporary philosophy, this comprehensive volume will