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Conferences #98: Scotus Newman - Panel 1- Q1 - Pope's Comments

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Ave Maria! On the first night of the Newman-Scotus Symposium we have the first Panel discussion. Fr. James McCurry asks the first question, how the Pope seemed to blame Scotus for Modernism at Regensberg but then later, at a Wednesday address, to praise him and basically retract his negative statement. Dr. Timothy Noone addresses this and explains the basis for this common objection to Scotus that comes from a long standing misconception about the Scotus' teaching. One is the misconception that Scotus is voluntarist and the other that he is a nominalist and involves Scotus' teaching on the common nature. Ave Maria! To Download Audio go to


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