More books about philosophy can be found on the fourth floor, in section B.
|American Philosophy: An Encyclopedia
||REF B 850. A 43 2008
|Cambridge Dictionary of Philosophy
||REF B 41. C 35 1999
|Dictionary of Philosophy and Religion: Eastern and Western Thought
||REF B 41. R 43 1996
|Encyclopedia of Asian Philosophy
||REF B 121. E 53 2001
|Encyclopedia of the Enlightenment
||REF B 802. E 53 2003
|Encyclopedia of Philosophy
||REF B 51. E 53 2006
|Oxford Companion to Philosophy
||REF B 51. O 94 2005
|Oxford Dictionary of Philosophy
||REF B 41. B 53 2005
|Philosophy: A Guide to the Reference Literature
||REF B 72. B 97 2006
|Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy
||REF B 51. R 68 1998
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