To find books on a particular subject, use a keyword search on the library catalogue. For example:
"theory of knowledge"
Keyword searching often retrieves a large number of results. You can limit your search by using and adding more keywords to retrieve resources that have both words in the record. For example:
Sartre AND existentialism
Kant AND "theory of knowledge"
Use OR to broaden your search to find material related to similar keywords in the one search:
Sartre AND (existensialism OR authenticity)
Refer to the search tips for details on how to search on the library catalogue effectively. These tips also work with databases.
Another way to navigate the catalogue is to use the hyperlinked subject headings in item records. Once clicked on, these headings will show you related subjects around your area and the all the books that the library has related to that subject. Refer to the image below.
As well as search the library catalogue, you can browse the library shelves at the following call numbers:
Theory of philosophy
Dictionaries, encyclopedias, concordances of philosophy
Cosmology (Philosophy of nature)
Epistemology, causation, humankind
Epistemology (Theory of knowledge)
Determinism and indeterminism
Humanism and related systems and doctrines
Pre-Socratic Greek philosophies
Sophistic & Socratic philosophies
Skeptic and Neoplatonic philosophies
Modern Western philosophy