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- 1. Introduction
- 2. A map of earlier medieval philosophy
- 3. A map of later medieval philosophy
- 4. Fields of medieval philosophy
- 5. Institutions and literary forms
- 6. Universals (Avicenna and Abelard)
- 7. Mind, body, and mortality (Averroes and Pomponazzi)
- 8. Foreknowledge and freedom (Boethius and Gersonides)
- 9. Society and the best life (Ibn Ṭufayl and Dante)
- 10. Why medieval philosophy?