Henry of Ghent's Influence on John Duns Scotus's Metaphysics

In Gordon A. Wilson (ed.), The Brill Companion to Henry of Ghent. Brill (2011)
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This chapter emphasizes Duns Scotus’s indebtedness to Henry of Ghent with respect to the major themes of his metaphysics: his univocal notion of being, his view of being qua being as the subject of metaphysics, his metaphysical proof of God's existence, and his notion of being as a quidditative rather than existential notion.
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