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Definition of Scotist

Scotist
Scotist Sco"tist, n. (Eccl. Hist.) A follower of (Joannes) Duns Scotus, the Franciscan scholastic (d. 1308), who maintained certain doctrines in philosophy and theology, in opposition to the Thomists, or followers of Thomas Aquinas, the Dominican scholastic.

Meaning of Scotist from wikipedia

- exaggeration of some propositions of Scotus. Scotist Formalism is the direct opposite of Nominalism, and the Scotists were at one with the Thomists in combatting...
- Scotistic realism (also Scotist realism or Scotist formalism) is the Scotist position on the problem of universals. It is a form of moderate realism, which...
- between Franciscans and Dominicans during the Middle Ages, with Franciscan 'Scotists' in its favour and Dominican 'Thomists' against it. The English ecclesiastic...
- moderate realism included Thomas Aquinas, Bonaventure, and Duns Scotus (cf. Scotist realism). In early modern philosophy, Scottish Common Sense Realism was...
- and Scotus "it is still possible to view Descartes as borrowing from a Scotist Voluntarist tradition". Adjectival form: Cartesian /kɑːrˈtiːziən, -ˈtiːʒən/...
- Claude Fr****en (1620 – 26 February 1711) was a French Franciscan Scotist theologian and philosopher. Fr****en was born near Péronne, France. He entered...
- distinction", as distinguished from the Thomistic "virtual distinction" and the Scotist "formal distinction". Romanides suspects that Barlaam accepted a "formal...
- theologians in the late Middle Ages were thus divided between so-called Scotists and Ockhamists. Fourteenth century followers included Francis of Mayrone...
- moderate realism as did Thomas Aquinas, Bonaventure, and Duns Scotus (cf. Scotist realism). Moderate realism is anti-realist about abstract objects, just...
- strongly against both nominalism and conceptualism, arguing instead for Scotist realism, a medieval response to the conceptualism of Abelard. That is to...