Authors/Duns Scotus/Ordinatio/Ordinatio II/D3

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English translation by Peter Simpson

Whether it is Possible for Several Angels to Exist in the Same Species

Distinctio 3 Pars prima: de principio individuationis

Quaestio 1: Utrum substantia materialis ex se sive ex natura sua sit individua vel singularis Whether Material Substance is Individual or Singular of Itself or from its Nature
Quaestio 2: Utrum substantia materialis per aliquid positivum intrinsecum sit de se individua Whether Material Substance is of itself Individual through Some Positive Intrinsic thing
Quaestio 3: Utrum substantia materialis per actualem exsistentiam si individua vel ratio individuandi aliud Whether Material Substance is Individual, or the Reason for Individuating Another, through Actual Existence
Quaestio 4: Utrum substantia materialis per quantitatem sit individua vel singularis Whether Material Substance is Individual or Singular through Quantity
Quaestio 5: Utrum substantia materialis sit haec et individua per materiam Whether Material Substance is a This and Individual through Matter
Quaestio 6: Utrum substantia materialis sit individua per aliquam entitatem per se determinantem naturam ad singularitatem Whether Material Substance is Individual through Some Entity per se Determining' Nature to Singularity
Quaestio 7: Utrum sit possibile plures angelos esse in eadem specie Whether it is Possible for Several Angels to Exist in the Same Species

Pars secunda: De cognitione angelorum

Quaestio 1: Utrum angelus posset se cognoscere per essentiam suam Whether an Angel can Know Himself through his own Essence
Quaestio 2: Utrum angelus habeat notitiam naturalem distinctam essentiae divinae Whether an Angel has a Distinct Natural Knowledge of the Divine Essence
Quaestio 3: Utrum ad hoc quod angelus distincte cognoscat quiditates creatas requiratur quod habeat distinctas rationes cognoscendi eas Whether an Angel is Required to have Distinct Reasons for Knowing Created Quiddities in Order to Know them Distinctly
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