[Autom. eng. transl.] At the center of the treatise on the Eucharist by John Duns Scotus, in the fourth book of his Commentary on the Sentences, there are two questions dedicated to the being of accidents. They boast considerable theoretical interest, not only for an adequate understanding of the Scottish master's Eucharistic theology, but above all for defining the relationship he established between metaphysics and theology, which represents one of the key themes of his thought. Here is offered the translation of these questions in which the Subtle questions the ontological status of accidents, accompanied by an introduction, notes and apparatuses.
The volume is edited by Davide Riserbato, Adjunct Professor of Theology at the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart of Milan and regularly invited Professor at the Faculty of Philosophy of the Pontifical Antonianum University and at the Marco Arosio Chair of High Medieval Studies of the Pontifical University. Regina Apostolorum (Rome), where he teaches courses in the history of medieval philosophy
|Translated title of the contribution||[Autom. eng. transl.] The being of accidents in the Eucharist|
|Number of pages||253|
|Publication status||Published - 2018|
- Eucharist, inherence, metaphysics, theology