PHI 301 is a survey of the history of philosophy and philosophical problems associated with metaphysics, epistemology and philosophy of religion. Special attention is given to topics relevant to the Christian thinker.
The guide is designed to help you get started with research for this and related courses.
If you want to just browse the Masland Library shelves for books related to Philosophy use the call number ranges below.
|Call Number Ranges|
|By period - including individual philosophers and schools of philosophy||B108-5802|
|Special topics and schools of philosophy||B808-849|
|By region or country||B850-5739|
|General philosophical works||BD10-41|
|Epistemology. Theory of knowledge.||BD143-237|
|Ontology - including being, the soul, life, death||BD300-450|
|Cosmology - including teleology, space and time, structure of matter, plurality of worlds.||BD493-701|
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