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