Scotus' landmark same-sex marriage decisions Wednesday are affecting more than just gay couples.
Scotus had been of opinion that God might dispense with the commandments of the second table, but not those of the first.
Epimenides himself was reborn in Scotus, or rather, Epimenides was Scotus's prototype.
Dunce, wittily or willfully derived from Duns, surnamed "Scotus."
This was by them styled 'the funeral of Scotus the Scotists.'
Many of his doctrines substantially resembled those of Scotus, although attacked by him.
Scotus, who sat opposite the king, answered, "Only the breadth of the table."
He would rather lose the whole of Scotus than Cicero's or Plutarch's works.
Something also he owed to Scotus and other medieval schoolmen.
And so it came to pass that Scotus was censured for opinions which he never held, and for a book which he never wrote.