DDC 100: Philosophy and psychology

The Public Library of Westland uses the Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC) System to classify our non-fiction materials. A top level overview is here. Below is a look at the 100s.

100 | 110 | 120 | 130 | 140 | 150 | 160 | 170 | 180 | 190

100: Philosophy and psychology

  • 101: Theory of philosophy
  • 102: Miscellany
  • 103: Dictionaries and encyclopedias
  • 104: [Unassigned]
  • 105: Serial publications
  • 106: Organizations and management
  • 107: Education, research and related topics
  • 108: Kinds of persons treatment
  • 109: Historical and collected persons treatment

110: Metaphysics

  • 111: Ontology
  • 112: [Unassigned]
  • 113: Cosmology
  • 114: Space
  • 115: Time
  • 116: Change
  • 117: Structure
  • 118: Force and energy
  • 119: Number and quantity

120: Epistemology, causation and humankind

  • 121: Epistemology
  • 122: Causation
  • 123: Determinism and indeterminism
  • 124: Teleolgy
  • 125: [Unassigned]
  • 126: The self
  • 127: The unconscious and the subconscious
  • 128: Humankind
  • 129: Origin and destiny of individual souls

130: Parapsychology and occultism

  • 131: Parapsychological and occult methods
  • 132: [Unassigned]
  • 133: Specific topics in parapsychology and occultism
  • 134: [Unassigned]
  • 135: Dreams and mysteries
  • 136: [Unassigned]
  • 137: Divinatory graphology
  • 138: Physiognomy
  • 139: Phrenology

140: Specific philosophical schools

  • 141: Idealism and related systems
  • 142: Critical philosophy
  • 143: Bergsonism and intuitionism
  • 144: Humanism and related systems
  • 145: Sensationalism
  • 146: Naturalism and related systems
  • 147: Pantheism and related systems
  • 148: Eclecticism, liberalism and traditionalism
  • 149: Other philosophical systems

150: Psychology

  • 151: [Unassigned]
  • 152: Perception, movement, emotions and drives
  • 153: Mental processes and intelligence
  • 154: Subconscious and altered states
  • 155: Differential and developmental psychology
  • 156: Comparative psychology
  • 157: [Unassigned]
  • 158: Applied psychology
  • 159: [Unassigned]

160: Logic

  • 161: Induction
  • 162: Deduction
  • 163: [Unassigned]
  • 164: [Unassigned]
  • 165: Fallacies and sources of error
  • 166: Syllogisms
  • 167: Hypotheses
  • 168: Argument and persuasion
  • 169: Analogy

170: Ethics

  • 171: Ethical systems
  • 172: Political ethics
  • 173: Ethics of family relationships
  • 174: Occupational ethics
  • 175: Ethics of recreation and leisure
  • 176: Ethics of sex and reproduction
  • 177: Ethics of social relations
  • 178: Ethics of consumption
  • 179: Other ethical norms

180: Ancient, medieval and eastern philosophy

  • 181: Eastern philosophy
  • 182: Pre-Socratic Greek philosophies
  • 183: Socratic and related philosophies
  • 184: Platonic philosophy
  • 185: Aristotelian
  • 186: Skeptic and Neoplatonic philosophies
  • 187: Epicurean philosophy
  • 188: Stoic philosophy
  • 189: Medieval western philosophy

190: Modern western philosophy

  • 191: Philosophy of United States and Canada
  • 192: Philosophy of British Isles
  • 193: Philosophy of Germany and Austria
  • 194: Philosophy of France
  • 195: Philosophy of Italy
  • 196: Philosophy of Spain and Portugal
  • 197: Philosophy of former Soviet Union
  • 198: Philosophy of Scandinavia
  • 199: Philosophy in other geographic areas

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