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  • n. Scotist beliefs.

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  • Shortly afterwards Pope Pius XII stated in an address to the Gregorian University in Rome that one need not be a Thomist and could adhere to the other scholastics schools, explicitly mentioning the scholastic method of the Gregorian Suarezianism and implying also Scotism, Augustianianism, etc.

    The Society of Scholastics -- online courses about to start

  • Concerning Thomism, Scotism and orthodox Catholic teaching, where does the teaching of Meister Eckhart fit in?

    Two Years after Summorum Pontificum: The Situation in France

  • The closest thing to a rival scholasticism was Scotism, whose very limited influence was largely the result of its patronage by Dun Scotus's fellow Franciscans.

    Two Years after Summorum Pontificum: The Situation in France

  • In Scotism as well as in Thomism, the Incarnation has special significance for the redemption of sin.

    Hopkins and Scotus

  • Historically he is an interesting figure because he combined the realist tendencies of Scotism with the appreciation of logic and language we see in Ockham; thus it is common to find Chatton defending Scotistic theses and criticizing Ockham using the same sorts of semantic ideas that Ockham himself popularized.

    Walter Chatton

  • "And just as the only vestige of Scotism came to be the word "dunce", the only relic of the mighty Narts today is the English word for their pitiful heirs: 'nerd'."

    languagehat.com: NARTS.

  • Re: "And just as the only vestige of Scotism came to be the word "dunce", the only relic of the mighty Narts today is the English word for their pitiful heirs: 'nerd'."

    languagehat.com: NARTS.

  • The experience with coarse men was probably beneficial because it gave me a “scunner” (disgust), to use a Scotism, at chewing or smoking tobacco, also at swearing or the use of improper language, which fortunately remained with me through life.

    Autobiography of Andrew Carnegie

  • Nestorianism, etc. What has been there said holds good of Scotism in general, the most important doctrines of which were substantially developed by Scotus himself.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 13: Revelation-Stock

  • It is especially noteworthy that none of the propositions peculiar to Scotus or Scotism has been censured by ecclesiastical authority, while the doctrine of the Immaculate

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 13: Revelation-Stock

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