The Library's collections support the research needs and curriculum of the UC Berkeley Philosophy Department and the philosophical interests of many interdisciplinary programs on campus. Multimedia and electronic materials are as actively acquired as print books and journals. Most print materials in philosophy are in the Gardner (Main) Stacks in Doe Library. Materials related to mathematical logic are located in the Mathematics-Statistics Library.
A-Z Databases is a directory of the Library's databases and other online resources. It is searchable by subject (e.g. philosophy),database type (e.g. dissertations), as well as by keyword (e.g. Past Masters). It is a useful tool to help you choose the right resources for your particular research needs.
Howison Philosophy Library 305 Moses Hall, 642-2722. The UC Berkeley Philosophy Department maintains its own collection of non-circulating materials. Many of these titles appear in the Library's catalogs with the location of "Philosophy."
There are two ways to connect to library resources from off-campus using the new library proxy:
More information is on the EZProxy guide.
The campus VPN provides an alternate method for off-campus access.