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This paper studies two aspects of John Duns Scotus's Prologue to his Questions on the Metaphysics of Aristotle. The a priori argument to prove the nobility and dignity of metaphysics and the treatment of the question about the scientific object of metaphysics and its articulation with the other realities treated in this science. The paper also shows how Scotus's prologue follows an interpretative tradition whose principal interlocutors are Thomas Aquinas and Avicennadoi:10.21071/refime.v23i.8981 fatcat:yw7cwidv5javfmzw232zzl5loq