Duns Scotus | Critical Essay by Allan B. Wolter

This literature criticism consists of approximately 38 pages of analysis & critique of Duns Scotus.
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Critical Essay by Allan B. Wolter

SOURCE: Wolter, Allan B. “Reflections on the Life and Works of Scotus.” American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly 67, no. 1 (winter 1993): 1-36.

In the following essay, Wolter recounts the twentieth-century editorial history of Scotus's collected works.

Scotus's early death left all his major works in an unfinished state. But so great was his fame and following that his disciples made every effort to put his writings before the public, particularly the two most important works on which his fame as a theologian has largely depended, one is his monumental commentary on the four books of the Sentences, the other his magisterial Quodlibet. The former was the more important since it covered the whole field of theology; the latter's importance stemmed from its character as a late magisterial work. Except for the last question, Scotus's revision of his...

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