Assentiment et volonté: la pré-Réforme écossaise

Broadie, A. (2014) Assentiment et volonté: la pré-Réforme écossaise. In: Croit-On Comme On Veut? Histoire d'une Controverse. Series: Analyse et philosophie. Librairie Philosophique Vrin: Paris, pp. 103-115. ISBN 9782711625222

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John Mair, Scotland's leading theologian in the half-century prior to the Scottish Reformation, argued that an assent of faith requires a movement not only of the intellect but also of the will, and that, to that extent, the assent of faith is subject to voluntary control and is therefore a free act. Mair's argument is expounded and analysed, and attention is paid to his relationship to his great predecessor John Duns Scotus.

Item Type:Book Sections (Other)
Keywords:foi, assentiment, intellect, volonté, Jean Mair (John Mair), Jean Duns Scot
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Broadie, Professor Alexander
Authors: Broadie, A.
Subjects:B Philosophy. Psychology. Religion > B Philosophy (General)
College/School:College of Arts > School of Humanities > History
Publisher:Librairie Philosophique Vrin

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