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This front matter section of the book Crossing Boundaries at Medieval Universities contains the table of contents, list of abbreviations that occur in the book, and the introduction of the book. The introduction presents an overview of the book, which deals with various types of boundaries at medieval universities and the extent to which they were, and in some cases were not, crossed. The first section of the book deals with various aspects of the relationship between philosophy and theology at several points along the late medieval chronological continuum. As the second section makes clear, the crossing of disciplinary and genre boundaries was unevenly appreciated by medieval scholars themselves and by those who read their work. The book concludes with a look at the darker side of the University of Heidelbergs successful growth.

Keywords: medieval universities; philosophy; theology

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