Fiorentino Francesco ,
La teoria della determinazione della volontā divina di Duns Scoto e la sua immediata ricezione medievale,
Antonianum, 80/2 (2005) p. 277-318
Summary: This article invites us to examine the Scotist theory on the determination of the divine will. Those who followed Scotus and first of all his immediate successors in Paris took on the speculative challenge of the theory. They turned it into a model case of doctrinal culture in late medieval thought, given the obscure elements in the theory, left unresolved by the Subtle Doctor. Intent on ridding the theoery of its obscurities, they ended up elaborating new theories and new theoretical means, capable either of defending or of going beyond the original teaching.