Duns Scotus’s Action Theory in the Context of His Angelology


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Tobias Hoffmann
Catholic University of America
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Angelology gives Duns Scotus the occasion to test his action theory or to expand on it to accommodate the special case of angelic sin: freedom and determinism; synchronic continency; the will as a “comparative power” (assuming quasi-cognitive functions); the distinction between the two affections of the will (commodi and iustitiae).
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