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The Subtle Doctor

From the Revd I. Scott McCarthy

Sir, - Would Canon John Rogerson (Books, 15 August) not accept that "the Scottish tradition of sharpness of intellect" goes back at least as far as John Duns Scotus, not merely to David Hume, as he suggests?

The Manse, Langholm
Dumfriesshire DG13 ...

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