- Title Pages
- Preface and Acknowledgments
- A Note on Spelling
- 1 Introduction: Guizot's Question: Universal Civilization?
- Part One: Civilization, Progress, and History: Universals All?
- 2 The Ideal of Civilization: Its Origins, Meanings, and Implications
- 3 Civilization and the Idea of Progress
- 4 The Notion of Universal Civilization: One End for All?
- Part Two: The Art and Science of Empire
- 5 The Expansion of Europe and the Classical Standard of Civilization
- 6 The Burden of Civilization and the “Art and Science of Colonization”
- Part Three: New Barbarism, Old Civilization, Revived Imperialism
- 7 New Barbarism and the Test of Modernity
- 8 The “New Realities” of Imperialism
- 9 Conclusion: The Future of Intercivilizational Relations
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