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Scotus was an Augustinian theologian. God, the One, creates by self-emanation. Catholicism portal Philosophy portal.
Although beings different from God are actually contingent with respect to their factual existence, nevertheless, they are not with respect to their possible existence. Secondary Literature Allard, Guy ed.
Eriugena stresses both the divine transcendence above and immanence in creation.
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Iohannes Scotus Eriugena
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An important question since the s has revolved over whether Scotus’s thought heralded a change in thinking on the nature of ‘being,’ a change which marked a shift from Aquinas and other previous thinkers; this question has been particularly significant in recent years because it has come to be seen as a debate over the origins of ‘modernity. University of Barcelona authority ID.
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Like other realist philosophers of the period such as Aquinas and Henry of Ghent Scotus recognised dscoto need for an intermediate distinction that was not merely conceptual but not fully real or mind-dependent either. Nature includes both God and creation and has four divisions: The topic of creation requires Eriugena to address issues esclto with the Biblical account of creation, and thus, in Book Three, he embarks on his own version of a Hexaemeron.
God is the source of both dona [gifts of grace] and data [what are given in nature], both are revelations of the divine nature.
Consider the following remarkable passage from Book Four which is a typical example of Eriugena’s dialectical thinking and of the close parallelism between human and divine:. Internationalen Eriugena-Colloquiums, Freiburg im Breisgau, A Philosopher of the Dark AgesLondon: In other words, a particular level may be affirmed to be real by those on a lower or on the same level, but the one above it is thought not to be real in the same way. Eriugena’s Sources Despite the claims of some nineteenth-century commentators, it is now clear that Eriugena did not have direct knowledge of the writings of Plotinus, Porphyry or Proclus.
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The Radical Orthodox model has been questioned by Daniel Horan  and Thomas Williams both of whom claim that Scotus’ doctrine of the univocity of being is a semantic, rather than an ontological theory. Scotus appears to try to fully demonstrate that Aristotle’s text is not contradictory to the Christian doctrine of God.
Man is an animal and man is not an animal; man is spiritual and not spiritual. Eriugena articulates the view that God’s becoming human His incarnation or inhumanisation is balanced cosmologically by humans becoming God in deification deificatioGreek: The original lectures were also transcribed and recently published as the Lectura.
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Eriugena elaborates on the parallels between human and divine nature. According to tradition, Duns Scotus was educated at a Franciscan studium generale a medieval universitya house behind St Ebbe’s Church, Oxfordin a triangular area enclosed by Pennyfarthing Street and running from St Aldate’s to the Castle, the Baley and the old wall,  where the Friars Minor had moved when the University of Paris was dispersed in — Eriugena, however, recognizes the role of human nature in mediating between the divine and created things.
These are the Questions on Porphyry ‘s Isagoge and Aristotle’s CategoriesPeri hermeneiasand De sophisticis elenchisprobably dating to around Long honored as a Blessed by the Order of Friars Minor, as well as in the Archdioceses of Edinburgh and Colognein the 19th-century the process was started seeking his recognition as such by the Holy Seeon the basis of a cultus immemorabilisi.
For some today, Scotus is one of the most important Franciscan theologians and the founder of Scotisma special form of Scholasticism.
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The whole of juaj or nature, then, is involved in a dynamic process of outgoing exitus from and return reditus to the One. Creation is a timeless, and hence on-going and always contemporary, event. An especially important authority was Maximus Confessor, whose account of the return of all things Eriugena copiously borrowed. His considered position appears to be that God, foreseeing that man would fall, created a body and a corporeal world for him.
At the time, there was a great deal of argument about the subject.