Because of their historical relationship to various philosophical traditions, a number of disciplines will be interested in philosophical publications. In addition to those previously mentioned, these include government, sociology, psychology, physics, and education.
The Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center maintains special collections in the history of logic, the history of science, and a special author collection on George Santayana, the twentieth-century American philosopher.
|Subject||LC Class||Location||CDP [NCIP] Collecting Level||Bibliographer|
|Aesthetics: (Including Philosophy Of Art)||-||-||C||Philosophy|
|Epistemology: (Including Philosophy Of Mind)||-||-||C||Philosophy|
|History of Philosophy: (Including Ancient, Medieval, Renaissance And Modern): Emphasis upon significant individual philosophers and schools, traditions, and concepts in Western philosophy.||-||-||C||Philosophy|
|Exception: Ancient Greek Philosophy (also of strong interest to Classic Department).||-||-||D||Philosophy|
|Philosophy of History: History Department also has interest, particularly in connection with historiography.||-||-||C||Philosophy|
|Philosophy of Language:||-||-||C||Philosophy|
|Philosophy of Law: , Tarlton Law Library: Jamail Center for Legal Research also has relevant titles.||-||-||C||Philosophy|
|Logic: Interest here shared by Mathematics and Computer Sciences as will as by Philosophy. Note also that a special collection on the history of logic is maintained in the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center.||-||-||D||Philosophy|
|Philosophy of Medicine: (includes bio-ethics)||-||-||C||Philosophy|
|Philosophy of Religion: (Including Philosophical Theology): Soviet publications in this field (i.e., "Scientific Atheism") will not ordinarily be acquired; nor will doctrinal works per se. Local theological seminary collections include works of both doctrinal and broader philosophical import.||-||-||C||Philosophy|
|Philosophy of Science: The History Department also has strong interest in philosophy of science because of ire interrelationship with history of science.||-||-||C||Philosophy|
|Social and Political Philosophy:||-||-||C||Philosophy|