Early Scotists at Paris: A Reconsideration

@article{Courtenay2012EarlySA,
  title={Early Scotists at Paris: A Reconsideration},
  author={William J. Courtenay},
  journal={Franciscan Studies},
  year={2012},
  volume={69},
  pages={175 - 229}
}
  • W. Courtenay
  • Published 4 February 2012
  • History
  • Franciscan Studies
The early history of Scotism has been extensively explored in books and articles and is a topic frequently recounted in histories of medieval scholastic thought. Although Scotus read the Sentences at Oxford and possibly Cambridge before being appointed to read the Sentences at Paris, it was at Paris that Scotism is said to have developed out of the teaching of Scotus who, except for an interruption of almost a year, taught from 1302 to 1307, first as a bachelor of the Sentences and then as… 
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