Melvil Decimal System: 190.82
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Philosophy and Psychology
Mathematics and Science
Arts and Recreation
Biography and History
Philosophy Of Humanity
Parapsychology And Occultism
Ancient, medieval and eastern philosophy
Modern western philosophy
Theory And Instruction
Dictionaries And Encyclopedias
Education And Research
With Respect to Particular Groups of People
Biography; History By Place
Works under MDS 190.82
- Philosophy In The Twentieth Century: An Anthology (Four Volume Set) by William Barrett
- Women Philosophers of the Early Modern Period by Margaret Atherton
- The worlds of existentialism; a critical reader by Maurice Friedman
- The Enlightenment by Frank Edward Manuel
- Knowledge and value; introductory readings in philosophy by Elmer Sprague
- Philosophia: The Thought of Rosa Luxemborg, Simone Weil, and Hannah Arendt by Andrea Nye
- Twentieth century philosophy; living schools of thought by Dagobert D. Runes
- Philosophy In The Twentieth Century: An Anthology, Volume II by William Barrett
- Philosophical interrogations: interrogations of Martin Buber, John Wild, Jean Wahl, Brand Blanshard, Paul Weiss, Charles Hartshorne, Paul Tillich by Sydney Chester Rome
- Philosophy In The Twentieth Century: An Anthology, Volume I by William Barrett
- Women in Philosophy: What Needs to Change? by Katrina Hutchison
- Philosophy for a Time of Crisis by Adrienne Koch
- Philosophy In The Twentieth Century: An Anthology, Volume III by William Barrett
- Readings in twentieth-century philosophy by William P. Alston
- History of philosophy; selected readings by George L. Abernethy
- From Descartes to Kant; readings in the philosophy of the renaissance and enlightenment by Thomas Vernor Smith
- Modern Engendering: Critical Feminist Readings in Modern Western Philosophy (SUNY Series in Feminist Philosphy) (Suny Series, Feminist Philosophy) by Bat-Ami Bar On
- Presenting Women Philosophers (The New Academy) by Cecile Tougas
- Philosophy In The Twentieth Century: An Anthology, Volume IV by William Barrett
- Women Philosophers of the Seventeenth Century by Jacqueline Broad
- Woman in lars von trier's cinema, 1996-2014 by Ahmed Elbeshlawy
- Contemporary Women Philosophers, 1900-Today by Mary Ellen Waithe
- In quest of value, readings in philosophy and personal values by Frederick C. Dommeyer
- Feminism and Modern Philosophy (Understanding Feminist Philosophy) by Andrea Nye
- Von Diana zu Minerva Philosophierende Aristokratinnen des 17. und 18. Jahrhunderts by Ruth Hagengruber
- Early modern women on metaphysics by Emily Thomas
- The age of reason the 17th century philosophers by Stuart Hampshire
- Philosophy in the twentieth century, an anthology (Volume 1-3) by William Barrett
- Philosophical interrogations : interrogations of Martin Buber, John Wild, Jean Wahl, Brand Blanshard, Paul Weiss, Charles Hartshore, Paul Tillich by Sydney Chester Rome
MDS classes with significant recommendations overlap, excluding ones under the same top-level class.
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