John Duns Scotus: Selected Writings on Ethics by Thomas WilliamsJohn Duns Scotus: Selected Writings on Ethics by Thomas Williams

John Duns Scotus: Selected Writings on Ethics

EditorThomas Williams

Paperback | April 15, 2017

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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, themoral 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 justificationfor private property, and lying and perjury. Relying 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.
Thomas Williams is Professor of Philosophy at the University of South Florida. He is co-author of Anselm (Oxford, 2009) and Thomas Aquinas: Treatise on Happiness and Treatise on Human Acts (Hackett, 2016), editor of The Cambridge Companion to Duns Scotus (Cambridge, 2003) and Thomas Aquinas: Disputed Questions on the Virtues (Cambridge...
Title:John Duns Scotus: Selected Writings on EthicsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:384 pages, 9.21 × 6.02 × 0 inPublished:April 15, 2017Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

IntroductionTopical guide to the translations1. Questions on Aristotle's Metaphysics IX, q. 152. Ordinatio prologue, part 5, qq. 1 and 2 (omitting nn. 270-313)3. Ordinatio I, d. 1, part 1, q. 14. Ordinatio I, d. 1, part 2, q. 1, nn. 65-735. Ordinatio I, d. 1, part 2, q. 2 (omitting nn. 100-133)6. Ordinatio I, d. 8, part 2, q. un., nn. 223-225, 269-274, 281-3017. Ordinatio I, d. 17, part 1, qq. 1-2, nn. 55-67, 92-1008. Ordinatio I, d. 38, q. un.9. Reportatio IA, dd. 39-40, qq. 1-3, nn. 24-5910. Ordinatio I, d. 44, q. un.11. Ordinatio I, d. 47, q. un.12. Ordinatio I, d. 48, q. un.13. Ordinatio II, d. 6, q. 114. Ordinatio II, d. 6, q. 215. Ordinatio II, d. 7, q. un., nn. 28-3916. Ordinatio II, dd. 34-37, q. 217. Ordinatio II, d. 38, q. un.18. Ordinatio II, d. 39, qq. 1-219. Ordinatio II, d. 40, q. un.20. Ordinatio II, d. 41, q. un.21. Ordinatio II, d. 42, q. un.22. Ordinatio II, d. 43, q. un.23. Ordinatio II, d. 44, q. un.24. Ordinatio III, d. 17, q. un25. Ordinatio III, d. 27, q. un.26. Ordinatio III, d. 28, q. un.27. Ordinatio III, d. 29, q. un.28. Ordinatio III, d. 32, q. un. (omitting nn. 12-18)29. Ordinatio III, d. 33, q. un.30. Ordinatio III, d. 34, q. un., nn. 1-5, 24-38, 45-8331. Ordinatio III, d. 36, q. un.32. Ordinatio III, d. 37, q. un.33. Ordinatio III, d. 38, q. un.34. Ordinatio IV, d. 15, q. 2, nn. 78-10135. Ordinatio IV, d. 17, q. un., nn. 1-2, 17-3336. Ordinatio IV, d. 21, q. 237. Ordinatio IV, d. 26, q. un., nn. 12-3138. Ordinatio IV, d. 29, q. un., nn. 11-2839. Ordinatio IV, d. 33, q. 140. Ordinatio IV, d. 33, q. 341. Ordinatio IV, d. 46, qq. 1-342. Quodlibetal Questions q. 18