Duns Scotus had carried the day and the Church rallied to the side of the Franciscans.
Duns Scotus could not have been what he was, had he not lived after Thomas.
"Ego autem redeo ad sententiam Avicembronis," is a formula in Duns Scotus's discussion of the principle of matter.
Duns Scotus, besides teaching in Oxford, taught also at Paris.
The saddest vicissitude was that which befell the famous Memorable fate of Duns Scotus.
Another chief point of difference with Aquinas was in regard to the freedom of the will, which Duns Scotus maintained absolutely.
Probably there was little to tell of the life of Duns Scotus.
Duns Scotus strongly upheld the authority of the church, making it the ultimate authority on which that of Scripture depends.
It is against this part of his doctrines that the most important criticism, in ethics, of his Duns Scotus.
Having stuffed out his man of straw, he proceeds gravely to argue with him, as if he were as cunning of fence as Duns Scotus.