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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. 

Browse the Library

If you want to just browse the Masland Library shelves for books related to Philosophy use the call number ranges below.

  Call Number Ranges
Philosophy (General) B1-5802
     General works B69-99
     By period - including individual philosophers and schools of philosophy B108-5802
           Ancient B108-708
           Medieval B720-765
           Renaissance B770-785
           Modern B790-5802
                Special topics and schools of philosophy B808-849
                By region or country B850-5739
                By religion B5800-5802
Logic BC1-199
     History BC11-39
          By period BC25-39
     General works BC60-99
     Special topics BC171-199
Speculative philosophy BD10-701
       General philosophical works BD10-41
       Metaphysics BD95-131
       Epistemology. Theory of knowledge. BD143-237
      Methodology BD240-260
      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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