Questions on the Metaphysics of Aristotle - Vol. 1

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QUESTIONS
ON THE METAPHYSICS
OF ARISTOTLE
I
BY JOHN DUNS SCOTUS

Franciscan Institute Publications
TEXT SERIES NO. 19

BOOKS ONE-FIVE

Translated by
Girard J. Etzkorn and Allan B. Wolter, O.F.M.

Franciscan Institute Publications
St. Bonaventure University
St. Bonaventure, New York 14778
1997

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents to Volume I v
  • Editor’s Preface xiv
  • Introduction to the English Translation of Questions on the Metaphysics of Aristotle xv
  • Abbreviations Employed in This Translation 1
  • Book One 2
  • Prologue - The Nobility and Causes of the Science of Metaphysics 3
  • Question One 13
  • Question Two 61
  • Question Three 75
  • Question Four 83
  • Question Five 113
  • Question Six 119
  • Question Seven 133
  • Question Eight 141
  • Question Nine 143
  • Question Ten 157
  • Book Two 168
  • Question One 169
  • Question Two 173
  • Question Three 175
  • Question Four 203
  • Question Five 204
  • Question Six 206
  • Book Three 246
  • The Only Question 247
  • Book Four 254
  • Question One 255
  • Question Two 277
  • Question Three 317
  • Question Four 327
  • Question Five 341
  • Book Five 342
  • Question One Is the End a Principle and a Cause? 343
  • Question Two 359
  • Question Three 371
  • Question Four 379
  • Question Five 389
  • Question Six 395
  • Question Seven 437
  • Question Eight 471
  • Question Nine 475
  • Question Ten 509
  • Question Eleven 519
  • Appendix I- Book Five 559
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