Session Title

Commentaries and Treatments of Metaphysics IX: Thirteenth through Seventeenth Centuries

Sponsoring Organization(s)

Special Session

Organizer Name

Timothy B. Noone

Organizer Affiliation

Catholic Univ. of America

Presider Name

Timothy B. Noone

Paper Title 1

Divine Sovereignty: Bradwardine's Proof of God and Metaphysics Theta

Presenter 1 Name

Bernhard Hollick

Presenter 1 Affiliation

Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies

Paper Title 2

Socinas's Thomistic Doctrine on the Ratio Agendi of the Will against Scotus in His Commentary on Metaphysics IX

Presenter 2 Name

Paula Oliveira e Silva

Presenter 2 Affiliation

Univ. do Porto

Paper Title 3

Chrisotomus Javellus on Intellect and Will as Rational Potencies

Presenter 3 Name

Cruz Gonzalez-Ayesta

Presenter 3 Affiliation

Univ. de Navarra

Start Date

12-5-2013 10:30 AM

Session Location

Schneider 1125

Description

This session examines the tradition of commentary on Metaphysics IX (Theta) and in particular the ways in which the doctrinal innovations of Duns Scotus influenced later commentators upon, and appropriations of, the Aristotelian doctrine of potency in Metaphysics IX. The session hopes to make a case for the claim that Scotus's interpretation of Aristotle was a major factor not only within the Scotistic tradition of philosophy, but also within other Scholastic traditions.

Timothy B. Noone

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May 12th, 10:30 AM

Commentaries and Treatments of Metaphysics IX: Thirteenth through Seventeenth Centuries

Schneider 1125

This session examines the tradition of commentary on Metaphysics IX (Theta) and in particular the ways in which the doctrinal innovations of Duns Scotus influenced later commentators upon, and appropriations of, the Aristotelian doctrine of potency in Metaphysics IX. The session hopes to make a case for the claim that Scotus's interpretation of Aristotle was a major factor not only within the Scotistic tradition of philosophy, but also within other Scholastic traditions.

Timothy B. Noone