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Library collections and resources are sufficient in scope to support the philosophy and religion program. The following table shows library holdings targeted to support the curriculum as of September 2019.
A current list of the Philosophy collections can be found via the library catalog by conducting a keyword or subject search.
A current list of the Religion collections can be found via the library catalog by conducting a keyword or subject search.
An international journal of social, political and legal philosophy; reviewed articles from philosophy, social and political theory, theories of individual and collective choice, social and economic policy analysis, jurisprudence, international relations.
Peer reviewed interdisciplinary approach to the study of theoretical issues which arise out of moral, legal and political life. Some of the disciplines covered include philosophy, sociology, history, economics, and political science.
An interdisciplinary forum for consideration of all aspects of moral education and development across the lifespan; philosophical analyses, reports and empirical research and evaluation of educational strategies.
Devoted exclusively to sociology of religion. Carries broad range of articles on theoretical & empirical issues. Is a forum for scholarship in classic tradition of comparative, historical & theoretical work.