Table of contents for Andreas Capellanus, scholasticism, and the courtly tradition / Don A. Monson.

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Contents
Acknowledgments								 iii
Abbreviations									 iv
Introduction									 1
 I.	Problems of Form: Andreas and the Scholastic Method
 1.	The Problem of Genre: Description versus Prescription			 12
 2. 	Love and the Arts: Rhetoric versus Dialectic				 57
 3. 	The Intertextuality of Love: Authorities and Models			117
 4. 	The Problem of Irony: Andreas and the Critics				165
 II. 	Problems of Meaning: Andreas and the Courtly Themes
 5. 	Love and the Ontological Order: Andreas' Scholastic Definition		230
 6. 	Love and the Natural Order: Psychology and Physiology			274
 7. 	Love and the Social Order: Courtly Values and Feudal Society		328
 8. 	Love and the Moral Order: Courtly Values and Christian Ethics		394
Conclusion									471
Bibliography									481
Index										509

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Andrâe, le chapelain. De amore et amoris remedio.
Love.
Courtly love.
Courtly love in literature.
Scholasticism.