- Title Pages
- One Maps of Mankind
- Two The World Turned Upside Down: Mandeville
- Three Between Two Saddles: Montaigne
- Four Climactic Harmonies: Bodin
- Five St. Confucius: The Jesuits in China
- Six Distant Relations: The Jesuits in New France
- Seven Ancients, Moderns, and Others: Fontenelle and Temple
- Eight The Specter of Despotism: Montesquieu and Voltaire
- Nine Savage Critics: Lahontan, Rousseau, and Diderot
- Ten From Savagery to Decadence: Ferguson, Millar, and Gibbon
- Eleven Cultural Critique: Herder
- Twelve “Others” Are Good to Think
- Savages, Romans, and Despots
- University of Chicago Press
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