- Title Pages
- A Note on References and Citations
- Chapter 1 Prelude: Before Augustine
- Chapter 2 Augustine
- Chapter 3 Boethius
- Chapter 4 The Early Middle Ages and the Christianization of Europe
- Chapter 5 Abelard
- Chapter 6 John of Salisbury and the Encyclopaedic Tradition
- Chapter 7 Arabi, Mongolia and Beyond: Contemporary Pagans in the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries
- Chapter 8 Aristotelian Wisdom: Unity, Rejection or Relativism
- Chapter 9 University Theologians on Pagan Virtue and Salvation
- Chapter 10 Dante and Boccaccio
- Chapter 11 Langland and Chaucer
- Chapter 12 Pagan Knowledge, 1400–1700
- Chapter 13 Pagan Virtue, 1400–1700
- Chapter 14 The Salvation of Pagans, 1400–1700
- Epilogue Leibniz and China
- General Conclusion
- Pagans and Philosophers
- Princeton University Press
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