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  • 783130Q190089John Duns ScotusJohn DunsScotusScotus,_John DunsJohnDunsScotus.jpg12661308John (Johannes) Duns Scotus, was one of the more important theologians
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  • Cousin Duns, Scotus Johannes 169033A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature — Duns, Scotus JohannesJohn William Cousin Duns, Scotus Johannes
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  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 8 Duns Scotus, John 8218511911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 8 — Duns Scotus, John DUNS SCOTUS, JOHN (1265 or 1275-1308)
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  • Abbey of Dunfermline Dungal Martin von Dunin Diocese of Dunkeld Bl. John Duns Scotus St. Dunstan Felix-Antoine-Philibert Dupanloup Jacques-Davy Duperron Louis
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  • Duns Scotus’s Oxford by Gerard Manley Hopkins 65590Duns Scotus’s OxfordGerard Manley Hopkins TOWERY city and branchy between towers; Cuckoo-echoing
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  • philosophy, Penketh attained to high distinction in both. Of the work of Duns Scotus he was commonly supposed in his time to have a unique knowledge (ib.)
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  • schoolman, John Duns Scotus, whose works on logic, theology and philosophy were accepted text-books in the universities from the 14th century. “Duns” or “Dunsman”
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  • he enjoyed great reputation as an expounder of the teaching of John Duns Scotus. After 1465 he wrote his chief work, a commentary on the Four Books of
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  • Bihl (Or Fabri.) Theologian, philosopher and noted commentator of Duns Scotus; born in 1564, at Spinata di Brisighella, district of Faenza, Italy,
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  • him the master of Duns Scotus [see Duns, Joannes Scotus], who went to Paris in 1304, and he is twice mentioned in the works of Scotus. No early authority
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  • Charles Gavan Dugdale, Sir William Dunbar, William Dunlop, John Colin Duns, Scotus Johannes Dwight, Timothy Dyce, Alexander Dyer, John Dyer, Sir Edward
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  • (1913), Volume 5 Bl. John Duns Scotus by Parthenius Minges 98947Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 5 Bl. John Duns ScotusParthenius Minges Surnamed
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  • Volume 16 Duns, Joannes Scotus by James McMullen Rigg 1179060Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900, Volume 16 Duns, Joannes ScotusJames McMullen
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  • Duns, Scotus Johannes
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  • also a Bibliolhcca of Franciscan writers, an edition of the works of Duns Scotus, and the first collection of the writings of St Francis of Assisi. (E
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  • Dunn, Samuel (d.1794) Dunn, Samuel (1798-1882) Dunn, William Dunning, John Duns, Joannes Scotus Dunstable, John Dunstall, John Dunstan (924-988) Dunstan,
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  • Duns Scotus, John→
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  • Newcastle-on-Tyne. He was sent to Paris, where he attended the lectures of Duns Scotus, and incepted as S.T.P., and perhaps as doctor of canon law. He attended
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  • chief are: ‘Annales Minorum,’ in eight volumes (1625-54); an edition of Duns Scotus in twelve volumes (1639, fol.); and πρεσβεία, a treatise on the immaculate
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  • Duns Scotus and Occam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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