Research@UWW searches "Everything" (articles, books, ebooks, videos, government documents, etc.) in all disciplines. Add filters like date or resource type (e.g., articles) after a search. Books, media, and more UW Whitewater searches just UW-W library holdings.
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Call numbers on library books group them by topic. Books dealing with philosophy in most of the library collections (Main Collection, Reference, etc.) have call numbers starting with B. Lettered areas are further subdivided by additional letters and/or numbers (see examples below). Use this information to browse library shelves.
B - Philosophy (General)
B1-105 General works
By period (including individual philosophers and schools of philosophy)
B121-161 "Orient" (includes China and India)
B630-708 Alexandrian and Early Christian
BC - Logic
BD - Speculative philosophy
BD143-237 Epistemology. Theory of Knowledge
BD300-450 Ontology (including being, the soul, life, death)
BJ - Ethics
BJ71-1185...History and general works (including individual ethical philosophers)
BJ1188-1295 Religious ethics
BJ1395 . ....Feminist ethics
BJ1400-1500 Special topics
BJ1518-1697 Individual ethics. Character. Virtue (including practical and applied ethics, conduct of life, etc.)
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