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'''Francis of Meyronnes''' (c 1288-1328) was an Franciscan theologian and philosopher of the middle ages.  He followed [[Duns Scotus]] in defending the [[formal distinction]], the univocity of being, the concept of haecceity, the absolute predestination of Christ and the immaculate conception. He was born into a noble family of Provence, with connections to the house of Anjou.   
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'''Francis of Meyronnes''' (Franciscus Mayronius OFM, Franciscus de Meyronnes, Franciscus von Meyronnes, Franciscus de Mayronis de Digna, Franciscus de Mayronis, Franz von Mayronis, Doctor illuminatus, c 1288-1328) was an Franciscan theologian and philosopher of the middle ages.  He followed [[Duns Scotus]] in defending the [[formal distinction]], the univocity of being, the concept of haecceity, the absolute predestination of Christ and the immaculate conception. He was born into a noble family of Provence, with connections to the house of Anjou.   
    
== Life ==
 
== Life ==
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