Examined Report of the Paris Lecture, Reportatio I-A, Volume 1, The

Examined Report of the Paris Lecture, Reportatio I-A, Volume 1, The

edited and translated by (†) Allan B. Wolter, OFM and Oleg Bychkov.

This book, along with its companion Volume II, give the reader, both in Latin and in English translation, a solid working text of the Examined Report of the Paris Lecture of John Duns Scotus, known to scholars as Reportatio I-A. In light of new research and observations, the Reportatio I-A represents a more advanced and mature stage of Scotus's thought. It features an expanded discussion of the divine ideas, a well-argued and concise account of the problem of contingency, a more advanced account of the "formal distinction" and a novel view of personal property. The Reportatio I-A contains a different layout of questions and sometimes whole different Distinctions compared to other theological and philosophical texts of Scotus's thought. Translation by Allan B. Wolter, OFM, and Oleg Bychkov.

ISBN 1-57659-193-X
EAN 978-1-57659-193-2
1300 pages
Hardcover
2004

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