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Serendipitous Browsing leads to great finds in the library! You can do this without a computer, just take yourself to the circulating collection and look to see what you can find! Use the Library of Congress (LOC) Call Numbers given below to search the Research Services Reference Collection, as well as the circulating collection.
Areas to browse for Philosophy & Religion resources include the 3rd floor A - M room & 2nd floor Research Services for reference books. Use the LOC classification prefixes to browse in both locations in the Mitchell Memorial Library. The LOC classification system is Alpha-Numeric, meaning you will see letters and numbers to locate a book. Browse these other areas, provided in the table below, for information on your subject as well.
|LC Call Number||Subject|
|B 1-5802||Philosophy (General)|
|B 1-99||General works|
|B 108-708||Ancient philosophy|
|B 720-765||Medieval philosophy|
|B 770-785||Renaissance philosophy|
|B 790-5802||Modern philosophy|
|BD 10-701||Speculative philosophy|
|BD 143-237||Epistemology. Theory of knowledge|
|BJ 1188-1295||Religious ethics|
|BJ 1298-1335||Evolutionary and genetic ethics|
|BJ 1365-1385||Positivist ethics|
|BJ 1395||Feminist ethics|
|BJ 1518-1697||Individual ethics. Character. Virtue. Conduct of life.|
|Practical and applied ethics|
|BJ 1801-2195||Social Usages. Etiquette|
Two types of searches will help locate books: the "SUBJECT" and "KEYWORD" searches.