Books are labeled with Library of Congress call numbers, which group them by subject. The libray catalog provides unique call numbers for locating each book.
To search the catalog enter a word or short phrase below:
Books on philosophy can be found in the B call number range. These call numbers are found on the first floor of the library (for reference books) and on the third floor (these can be borrowed). Each book in the catalog has a location and call number. Use these to find the book in the library.
You can search by Title or Author in the catalog For most research, you will do keyword searches for terms related to a topic.
Use a simple word or phrase:
Use AND to narrow the search:
Belief AND Doubt
Philosophy AND Science
Use Or to broaden the search:
Aesthetics OR Beauty
Books are organized in Library of Congress (LC) call number order.
3rd Floor includes:
B: Philosophy (General)
BD: Epistemology and Metaphysics
BL: Religions, Mythology, and Rationalism
Use the following subject terms when searching for Philosophy books in the library catalog:
Belief and Doubt
Knowledge, Theory Of
Philosophy and Cognitive Science
Philosophy and Religion
Philosophy and Science
Philosophy - Ethics and Moral
Philosophy - Introductions
Philosophy of the Mind
Thought and Thinking