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Duns Scotus, Johannes, 1265–1308, pseudo: De cognitione Dei [Latin]

  • Another copy with the present incipit is in Assisi, Bibl. comm. 172, ff. 117v–20v.
  • This does not seem to be the same text of which a fragment is pr. DSO (Wadding), 3. 431–40; Glorieux, Théol, 344ad. Tanner, pp. 238–9 n. a, reports this copy, but gives the incipit ‘Quia summa nobis cognitio est’, as Bale, Scriptores i. 363.

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