Chapter I. Of the Cœnobium of Abbot Paul and the patience of a certain brother.
Chapter II. Of Abbot John's humility and our question.
Chapter III. Abbot John's answer why he had left the desert.
Chapter IV. Of the excellence which the aforesaid old man showed in the system of the anchorites.
Chapter V. Of the advantages of the desert.
Chapter VI. Of the conveniences of the Cœnobium.
Chapter VII. A question on the fruits of the Cœnobium and the desert.
Chapter VIII. The answer to the question proposed.
Chapter IX. Of true and complete perfection.
Chapter X. Of those who while still imperfect retire into the desert.
Chapter XI. A question how to cure those who have hastily left the congregation of the Cœnobium.
Chapter XII. The answer telling how a solitary can discover his faults.
Chapter XIII. A question how a man can be cured who has entered on solitude without having his faults eradicated.
Chapter XIV. The answer on their remedies.
Chapter XV. A question whether chastity ought to be ascertained just as the other feelings.
Chapter XVI. The answer giving the proofs by which it can be recognized.
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