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The Physics of Duns ScotusThe Scientific Context of a Theological Vision$

Richard Cross

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Assisi, Biblioteca Communale, MS 137 [= A] [John Duns Scotus, Ordinatio],

Cambridge, Gonville and Caius College, MS 448/409, fos, 172–543 [=G] [Walter Burley, Super Octo Libras Physicorum]

Erfurt, Staatsbibliothek, MS Amplon. F. 135 [William Heytesbury, Regulae Solvendi Sophismata).

Florence, Biblioteca Laurenziana, MS Lat. Plut. 33 Dext. 1 [= F] [William of Ware, In Sententias].

Oxford, Merton College, MS 59 [= M] [John Duns Scotus, Reportatio, 1 A].

Oxford, Merton College, MS 87 [John Duns Scotus, Additiones Magnae].

Oxford, Merton College MS 138, fos, 138v–338 [Thomas Sutton, Quaestiones Ordinariae].

Rome, Vatican Library, MS Vat. Lat. 868, fos. 1r–129r [Richard of Middleton, Quaetiones Disputatae].

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