Scotism

Scotism is the philosophical and theological system or school named after 13th century Scottish philosopher-theologian John Duns Scotus. The word comes from the name of its originator, whose Opus Oxoniense was one of the most important documents in medieval philosophy and Roman Catholic theology, defining what would later be declared the Dogma of the Immaculate conception by Pope Pius IX in his constitution Ineffabilis Deus on 8 December 1854.[1][2]

Blessed John Duns Scotus (c.1265-1308) the eponym of Scotism.
Antonio De Fantis, Opus Oxoniense