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Scotus for Dunces: Getting to Know Bl. John Duns Scotus with Mary Beth Ingham, CSJ, PhD (Ep. 15) This installment begins a short series of three episodes devoted to the life and work of the Franciscan, Blessed John Duns Scotus, a woefully under attended-to philosopher and theologian of the High Middle Ages. So we're going to try and remedy that in some small way here. Today we’ll get something of an introduction to Duns Scotus by looking at some themes of his writing and thinking. We'll consider his working through the question of the Immaculate Conception, which at his time was a live and debated question. We’ll also get a sense of him within the context of his Francsican way of life, with its particular emphasis on the experience of beauty. And there’s no one better to start us off than today’s guest, Sister Mary Beth Ingham, a Sister of St. Joseph, who is presently Professor of Philosophical Theology at the Franciscan School of Theology at the University of San Diego, as well as Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at Loyola Marymount University. Sister Mary Beth has written a number of works on Duns Scotus and the Franciscan tradition, including the book we’ll discuss today, Scotus for Dunces: An Introduction to the Subtle Doctor, as well as Understanding John Duns Scotus, and the related Rejoicing in the Works of the Lord: Beauty in the Franciscan Tradition. Mary Beth Ingham, CSJ, Professor of Philosophical TheologyScotus for Dunces: An Introduction to the Subtle Doctor by Mary Beth InghamUnderstanding John Duns Scotus by Mary Beth InghamRejoicing in the Works of the Lord: Beauty in the Franciscan Tradition by Mary Beth InghamFour Questions on Mary by John Duns Scotus, trans. Allan Wolter, O.F.M.Franciscan Institute PublicationsSupport the show (http://patreon.com/curiouscatholicpodcast)
The Philosophy of John Duns Scotus - The Byzantine Scotist The Byzantine Scotist explains the philosophy of John Duns Scotus and tackles questions on Palamism and Divine Simplicity.
Duns Scotus and Thomas Aquinas on the Relationship of the Fall to the Incarnation In this week&apos;s episode, Clinton and Fr Jamie talk about Duns Scotus, his theological significance and legacy. Starting with a look at the metaphysical critique of Scotus inspired by the Radical Orthodoxy school, encompassing the topics of nominalism, voluntarism and the univocity of being (we will explain!), we move on to talk about the significant differences between a Thomistic view of the fall, sin and the Incarnation and that of Scotus. After all that we consider the different answers given by Thomas and Scotus to the question of whether or not the Incarnation would have happened had mankind not fallen in the beginning. Yes, we really did get through all that in about 40 minutes!Thanks for listening. To get in touch, please send an email to holycofe@gmail.com and follow us on Twitter @holycofe1.
John Duns Scotus with Thomas Williams Jordan and Brandon are joined by Thomas Williams to discuss all things in relation to John Duns Scotus. They consider who Scotus is, his takes on voluntarism, univocity, and simplicity, how he fits within the medieval era, and much more.Find more info about the London Lyceum or contact us at our website.Find all of Thomas&apos;s resources on his website.Resources:1) Monologion and Proslogion, Anselm2) Philosophical Writings, John Duns Scotus3) Franciscan Institute PublicationsSupport the show (https://www.thelondonlyceum.com/support/)
EP 41: John Duns Scotus w/ Patrick Sirois Pat Sirois joins Ben and Pat to discuss John Duns Scotus.
Bonaventure, Thomas Aquinas & Duns Scotus on the Real Distinction | Msgr. Wippel This talk was offered on Sept. 28,2018 to begin the Thomistic Circle "Friendly Rivals: Franciscan and Dominican Intellectual Traditions. "

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EP 41: John Duns Scotus w/ Patrick Sirois Pat Sirois joins Ben and Pat to discuss John Duns Scotus.
ILN EP 41: John Duns Scotus w/ Patrick Sirois Pat was feeling dense so Ben brought in our 6th fucking guest, Medieval scholar Patrick Sirois, to talk about the philosophy of John Duns Scotus. In a crossover episode for the ages, the WisdomBois talk with the host of Lie, Cheat &amp; Steal to get to the bottom of the univocity of Being, haecceity &amp; the problem of universals, and where the word “dunce” comes from. Spoiler alert: it’s the dude’s name.
Anselm's Ontological Argument & John Duns Scotus - Dyer / Fr Sorem Fr Dcn Dr Ananias Sorem joins me to discuss two important Roman Catholic figures: Anselm of Canterbury and John Duns Scotus.  We will cover the insights here and there, but mainly focus on the weaknesses in these theologians and how they do not actually provide any bridge between "Palamism" and latin theology.  The second half of this talk is available for subscribers.
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