Andreas, Antonio

Andreas, Antonio a Spanish Minorite of the 14th century, was one of the most prominent pupils of Duns Scotus, whose method he also adopted. The skill with which he made the more difficult principles of Duns Scotus more simple and intelligible acquired of him, by his students, the surname of Doctor. Dulcifluus. He died about 1320. See Antonio, Biblioth. Hispan. 2:97; Cave, Hist. Lit. append. 12; Stockl, Geschichte der Philosophie des Mittelalteis, 2:875; Grammer, in Wetzer u. Welte's Kirchenlexikon, s.v. (B.P.)

 
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