Duns Scotus Summary

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  • 4 Encyclopedia Articles
  • 10 Literature Criticisms
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Encyclopedia Articles (4)

1,814 words, approx. 7 pages
Duns Scotus, John DUNS SCOTUS, JOHN (c. 1266–1308), Franciscan philosopher and theologian, and founder of the school of Scotism. Born in Scotland and trained by his paternal uncle at the Franci... Read more
122 words, approx. 1 pages
John Duns Scotus c. 1266-1308 Scottish philosopher and theologian who helped establish the framework for the scientific method by distinguishing between causal laws and empirical generalizations. The ... Read more
1,761 words, approx. 6 pages
Duns Scotus, John [addendum] Perhaps the most important recent area of research in Scotus's philosophy has been in modal theory. There are two fundamental questions: To what extent does Scotus ... Read more
10,714 words, approx. 36 pages
Duns Scotus, John(C. 1266–1308) As with many of the medieval Schoolmen, little is known of the early life of John Duns, the Scot (or Scotus), a theologian and philosopher. From the record of hi... Read more
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