Monday, December 27, 2021

Scotist News

 Hello dear readers, here are a few items worthy of note that have recently appeared.


1. A digital edition of the debate between Duns Scotus and Guillelmus Petri Godinus is now available on the website of the Scotus Archiv (Bonn), here. Website still under construction, but the text and manuscript photos are up now. The debate is about the principle of individuation, and is one of the only, if not the only, place that Scotus directly confronts the Thomist theory.

2. A journal issue dedicated to Antonius Andreae has appeared, here.


3. And, finally, the long-awaited book edited by Giorgio Pini, called Interpreting Duns Scotus, has now appeared.

A veritable end of year feast for all!

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wow, that manuscript of the debate is in really good condition! It's really clean and easy to read. It's always fascinating to see the abbreviations and symbols used in such manuscripts.
Merry Christmas and happy New Year!
Victor

Garrett said...

Merry Christmas and Happy New year to you as well, Victor!

Bartholomew Masters said...

Great news! I look forward to reading the Scotus book when/if the prince is within range of reason. Excellent work on the edition of the MS. Thanks for making this available. Happy Epiphany!

Jared