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Selected writings on ethics, John Duns Scotus ; edited and translated by Thomas Williams

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Selected writings on ethics
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Selected writings on ethics
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John Duns Scotus ; edited and translated by Thomas Williams
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John Duns Scotus
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selected writings on ethics
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"Thomas Williams presents the most extensive collection of John Duns Scotus's work on ethics and moral psychology available in English. John Duns Scotus: Selected Writings on Ethics includes extended discussions-and as far as possible, complete questions-on divine and human freedom, the moral attributes of God, the relationship between will and intellect, moral and intellectual virtue, practical reasoning, charity, the metaphysics of goodness and rightness, the various acts, affections, and passions of the will, justice, the natural law, sin, marriage and divorce, the justification for private property, and lying and perjury. 00Relying on the recently completed critical edition of the Ordinatio and other critically edited texts, this collection presents the most reliable and up-to-date versions of Scotus's work in an accessible and philosophically informed translation."--
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approximately 1266-1308
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Duns Scotus, John
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index present
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B765.D72
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E5 2017
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non fiction
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bibliography
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1967-
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Williams, Thomas
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  • Duns Scotus, John
  • Duns Scotus, John
  • Duns Scotus, Johannes
  • Ethics
  • Philosophy, Medieval
  • Ethics
  • Philosophy, Medieval
  • Ethik
  • Scholastik
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Selected writings on ethics, John Duns Scotus ; edited and translated by Thomas Williams
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 351-354) and index
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Acknowledgments -- Topical guide to the translations -- Introduction. Questions on Aristotle's Metaphysics IX, q.15: "Is the distinction Aristotle draws between rational and non-rational powers appropriate?" -- Ordinatio prologue, part 5, qq.1 and 2 (omitting nn. 270-313): "Is theology a practical or a speculative science?"; "Is a science called practical per se because it is ordered to praxis as its end?" -- Ordinatio I, d. 1, part 1, q. 1: "Is the object of enjoyment per se the ultimate end?" -- Ordinatio I, d. 1, part 2, q. 1, nn. 65-73: "Is enjoyment an act elicited by the will or a passion received by the will?" -- Ordinatio I, d. 1, part 2, q. 2 (omitting nn. 100-33): "Does the will necessarily enjoy an end when it is apprehended by the intellect?" -- Ordinatio I, d.8, part 2, q. un., nn. 223-5, 269-74, 281-301: "Is God alone immutable?" -- Ordinatio I, d. 17, part 1, qq. 1-2, nn. 55-67, 92-100: "Is a moral habit, as a virtue, in some way an active principle with respect to moral goodness in an act?" -- Ordinatio I., d. 38, q. un.: "Is God's knowledge with respect to created things practical?" -- Reportatio IA, dd. 39-40, qq. 103, nn. 24-59: The nature and cause of contingency -- Ordinatio I., d. 44, q. un.: "Can God make things otherwise than as it is well-ordered for him to make them?" -- Ordinatio I, d. 47, q. un.: "Is divine permission an act of the divine will?" -- Ordinatio I, d. 48, q. un.: "Is a created will morally good whenever it is in conformity with the uncreated will?" -- Ordinatio II, d. 6, q. 1: "Was the evil angel able to desire equality with God?" -- Ordinatio II, d. 6, q. 2: "Was the angel's first sin formally pride?" Ordinatio II, d. 7, q. un., nn. 28-39: The levels of goodness -- Ordinatio II, dd. 34-7, q. 2: "Is sin per se a corruption of good?" -- Ordinatio II, d. 38, q. un.: "Is intention an act of the will alone?" -- Ordinatio II, d. 39, qq. 1-2: "Is synderesis in the will?"; "Is conscience in the will?" -- Ordinatio II, d. 40, q. un.: "Is every act good in virtue of its end?" -- Ordinatio II, d. 41, q. un.: "Can any act of ours be indifferent?" -- Ordinatio II, d. 42, q. un.: "Are the capital sins distinct?" -- Ordinatio II, d. 43, q. un.: "Can a created will sin ex malitia?" -- Ordinatio II, d. 44, q. un.: "Is the power for sinning from God?" -- Ordinatio III, d. 17, q. un.: "Were there two wills in Christ?" -- Ordinatio III, d. 27, q. un.: "Is there a theological virtue that inclines one toward loving God above all else?" -- Ordinatio III, d. 28, q. un.: "Ought one to love one's neighbor by the same habit by which one loves God?" -- Ordinatio III, d. 29, q. un.: "Is each person required to love himself the most, after God?" -- Ordinatio III, d. 32, q. un. (omitting nn. 12-18): "Does God love all things equally through charity?" -- Ordinatio III, d. 33, 1. un.: "Are the moral virtues in the will as in a subject?" -- Ordinatio III, d. 34, q. un., nn. 1-5, 24-38, 45-83: "Are the virtues, gifts, beatitudes, and fruits the same habits?" -- Ordinatio III, d. 36, q. un.: "Are the moral virtues connected?" -- Ordinatio III, 37, q. un.: "Do all the precepts of the Dealogue belong to the natural law?" -- Ordinatio III, d. 38, q. un.: "Is every lie a sin?" -- Ordinatio IV, d. 15, q. 2, nn. 78-101: The origin of private property -- Ordinatio IV, d. 17, a. un., nn. 102, 17-33: Sacramental confession and the natural law -- Ordinatio IV, d. 21, q. 2: "Is a confessor bound in every case to conceal a sin disclosed to him in confession?" -- Ordinatio IV, d. 26, q. un., nn. 12-31: The moral goodness of the marriage contract -- Ordinatio IV, d. 29, q. un., nn. 2, 11-28: Coerced consent -- Ordinatio IV, d. 33, q. 1: "Was plural marriage ever licit?" -- Ordinatio IV, d. 33, q. 3: "Was it licit under the Mosaic Law to divorce one's wife?" -- Ordinatio IV, d. 46, qq. 103: "Is there justice in God?"; "Is there mercy in God?"; "Are justice and mercy distinct in God?" -- Quodlibetal Questions q. 18: "Does an exterior act add any goodness or badness to an interior act?" -- Bibliography -- Index
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966825467
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24 cm
Edition
First edition
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xix, 357 pages
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9780199673407
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2016955254
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unmediated
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rdamedia
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40027185471
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(OCoLC)966825467
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Selected writings on ethics, John Duns Scotus ; edited and translated by Thomas Williams
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 351-354) and index
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volume
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  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
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  • txt
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rdacontent
Contents
Acknowledgments -- Topical guide to the translations -- Introduction. Questions on Aristotle's Metaphysics IX, q.15: "Is the distinction Aristotle draws between rational and non-rational powers appropriate?" -- Ordinatio prologue, part 5, qq.1 and 2 (omitting nn. 270-313): "Is theology a practical or a speculative science?"; "Is a science called practical per se because it is ordered to praxis as its end?" -- Ordinatio I, d. 1, part 1, q. 1: "Is the object of enjoyment per se the ultimate end?" -- Ordinatio I, d. 1, part 2, q. 1, nn. 65-73: "Is enjoyment an act elicited by the will or a passion received by the will?" -- Ordinatio I, d. 1, part 2, q. 2 (omitting nn. 100-33): "Does the will necessarily enjoy an end when it is apprehended by the intellect?" -- Ordinatio I, d.8, part 2, q. un., nn. 223-5, 269-74, 281-301: "Is God alone immutable?" -- Ordinatio I, d. 17, part 1, qq. 1-2, nn. 55-67, 92-100: "Is a moral habit, as a virtue, in some way an active principle with respect to moral goodness in an act?" -- Ordinatio I., d. 38, q. un.: "Is God's knowledge with respect to created things practical?" -- Reportatio IA, dd. 39-40, qq. 103, nn. 24-59: The nature and cause of contingency -- Ordinatio I., d. 44, q. un.: "Can God make things otherwise than as it is well-ordered for him to make them?" -- Ordinatio I, d. 47, q. un.: "Is divine permission an act of the divine will?" -- Ordinatio I, d. 48, q. un.: "Is a created will morally good whenever it is in conformity with the uncreated will?" -- Ordinatio II, d. 6, q. 1: "Was the evil angel able to desire equality with God?" -- Ordinatio II, d. 6, q. 2: "Was the angel's first sin formally pride?" Ordinatio II, d. 7, q. un., nn. 28-39: The levels of goodness -- Ordinatio II, dd. 34-7, q. 2: "Is sin per se a corruption of good?" -- Ordinatio II, d. 38, q. un.: "Is intention an act of the will alone?" -- Ordinatio II, d. 39, qq. 1-2: "Is synderesis in the will?"; "Is conscience in the will?" -- Ordinatio II, d. 40, q. un.: "Is every act good in virtue of its end?" -- Ordinatio II, d. 41, q. un.: "Can any act of ours be indifferent?" -- Ordinatio II, d. 42, q. un.: "Are the capital sins distinct?" -- Ordinatio II, d. 43, q. un.: "Can a created will sin ex malitia?" -- Ordinatio II, d. 44, q. un.: "Is the power for sinning from God?" -- Ordinatio III, d. 17, q. un.: "Were there two wills in Christ?" -- Ordinatio III, d. 27, q. un.: "Is there a theological virtue that inclines one toward loving God above all else?" -- Ordinatio III, d. 28, q. un.: "Ought one to love one's neighbor by the same habit by which one loves God?" -- Ordinatio III, d. 29, q. un.: "Is each person required to love himself the most, after God?" -- Ordinatio III, d. 32, q. un. (omitting nn. 12-18): "Does God love all things equally through charity?" -- Ordinatio III, d. 33, 1. un.: "Are the moral virtues in the will as in a subject?" -- Ordinatio III, d. 34, q. un., nn. 1-5, 24-38, 45-83: "Are the virtues, gifts, beatitudes, and fruits the same habits?" -- Ordinatio III, d. 36, q. un.: "Are the moral virtues connected?" -- Ordinatio III, 37, q. un.: "Do all the precepts of the Dealogue belong to the natural law?" -- Ordinatio III, d. 38, q. un.: "Is every lie a sin?" -- Ordinatio IV, d. 15, q. 2, nn. 78-101: The origin of private property -- Ordinatio IV, d. 17, a. un., nn. 102, 17-33: Sacramental confession and the natural law -- Ordinatio IV, d. 21, q. 2: "Is a confessor bound in every case to conceal a sin disclosed to him in confession?" -- Ordinatio IV, d. 26, q. un., nn. 12-31: The moral goodness of the marriage contract -- Ordinatio IV, d. 29, q. un., nn. 2, 11-28: Coerced consent -- Ordinatio IV, d. 33, q. 1: "Was plural marriage ever licit?" -- Ordinatio IV, d. 33, q. 3: "Was it licit under the Mosaic Law to divorce one's wife?" -- Ordinatio IV, d. 46, qq. 103: "Is there justice in God?"; "Is there mercy in God?"; "Are justice and mercy distinct in God?" -- Quodlibetal Questions q. 18: "Does an exterior act add any goodness or badness to an interior act?" -- Bibliography -- Index
Control code
966825467
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
First edition
Extent
xix, 357 pages
Isbn
9780199673407
Lccn
2016955254
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other control number
40027185471
System control number
(OCoLC)966825467

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