Authors/Duns Scotus/Ordinatio/Ordinatio I/D1

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First part: on the object of enjoyment

  • q. 1 whether the object of enjoyment per se is the ultimate end.
  • q. 2 whether the ultimate end has only one idea of enjoyability

Second part: about enjoying in itself

  • q. 1 Whether it is an act elicited by the will or a passion received in the will
  • q. 2 Whether when the end has been apprehended by the intellect the will must necessarily enjoy it

Third part: on enjoying

  • q. 1-5 Whether enjoying belongs to God (n. 159), whether the wayfarer enjoys (n. 161), whether the sinner enjoys (n. 163), whether the brutes enjoy (n.166), whether all things enjoy (n.168).
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