Subtle Wisdom: John Duns Scotus's Philosophy of the Human Person by Tim Weldon

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"The Franciscan philosopher John Duns Scotus (d.1308), the 'Subtle Doctor' is well known as a 'difficult thinker.' In this small but helpful volume, Dr. Weldon provides a clear and substantial introduction to Scotus's understanding of what it means to be human, to be made in the image of God..." (Edward Coughlin, OFM, St. Bonaventure University)

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Written by Tim Weldon
Publisher Wasteland Press
ISBN-13 978-1-60047-557-3
Book Dimensions 6x9
Format Paperback
Pages 92

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"The Franciscan philosopher John Duns Scotus (d.1308), the 'Subtle Doctor' is well known as a 'difficult thinker.' In this small but helpful volume, Dr. Weldon provides a clear and substantial introduction to Scotus's understanding of what it means to be human, to be made in the image of God. Weldon invites the reader, therefore, to appreciate and better understand Scotus's contribution to this question and his understanding of each individual's potential to imitate the divine creative, generosity and loving care." (Edward Coughlin, OFM, St. Bonaventure University)

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Subtle Wisdom: John Duns Scotus's Philosophy of the Human Person by Tim Weldon

Subtle Wisdom: John Duns Scotus's Philosophy of the Human Person by Tim Weldon

"The Franciscan philosopher John Duns Scotus (d.1308), the 'Subtle Doctor' is well known as a 'difficult thinker.' In this small but helpful volume, Dr. Weldon provides a clear and substantial introduction to Scotus's understanding of what it means to be human, to be made in the image of God..." (Edward Coughlin, OFM, St. Bonaventure University)

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