The Mind of the Middle Ages, A.D. 200-1500: An Historical Survey

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Contents

PART ONE: THE DOMINANCE OF THE EAST
CHAPTER I. The Classical Backgrounds of Mediaeval Christianity3
1. TRADITIONAL RELIGION IN THE GRAECO-ROMAN WORLD4
2. THE IMPACT OF PHILOSOPHY7
3. THE MYSTERY RELIGIONS31
CHAPTER II. The Jewish and Early Christian Sources of Mediaeval Faith39
1. JUDAISM AND THE OLD TESTAMENT39
2. THE DIASPORA AND PHILO THE JEW47
3. THE NEW TESTAMENT AND THE BEGINNINGS OF CHRISTIANITY51
CHAPTER III. The Patristic Age, 2nd-5th Centuries64
1. THE GREEK FATHERS OF THE CHURCH68
2. THE LATIN FATHERS OF THE CHURCH76
3. THE BEGINNINGS OF CHRISTIAN POETRY, ART, AND MUSIC85
CHAPTER IV. Byzantine Civilization95
1. THE NATURE OF BYZANTINE CIVILIZATION95
2. THE CHURCH AND LEARNING100
3. LITERATURE, ART, AND MUSIC112
4. THE INFLUENCE OF BYZANTIUM129
CHAPTER V. Islamic Civilization132
1. THE NATURE OF ISLAM133
2. EDUCATION, LAW, PHILOSOPHY, AND SCIENCE148

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface to First Edition vii
  • Acknowledgments x
  • Contents xi
  • Illustrations xiv
  • Acknowledgments xiv
  • Part One - The Dominance of the East 1
  • Chapter I - The Classical Backgrounds of Mediaeval Christianity 3
  • Chapter II - The Jewish and Early Christian Sources of Mediaeval Faith 39
  • Chapter III - The Patristic Age, 2nd-5th Centuries 64
  • Chapter IV - Byzantine Civilization 95
  • Chapter V - Islamic Civilization 132
  • Chapter VI - The Latin West, 5th-10th Centuries 179
  • Part Two - The Revival of the West, 1000-1500 223
  • Chapter VII - Learning (I) 225
  • Chapter VIII - Learning (II) 270
  • Chapter IX - Literature (I) 320
  • Chapter X - Literature (II) 355
  • Chapter XI - Art and Music 384
  • Chapter XII - Underlying Attitudes 419
  • Epilogue 443
  • Notes 456
  • Bibliographical Notes 503
  • Index 559
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