Use the Queen's Library Catalogue (QCAT) to find the locations and call numbers of books (as well as videos, audio, microform, map, serial, and rare titles) at Queen's Library.
To limit your search in QCAT to electronic books, choose E-Books from the drop-down menu.
Collections of historical e-texts include:
Early English Books Online (EEBO)
Full text of many English language philosophy classics from 1473-1700.
Eighteenth Century Collections Online (ECCO)
Full text of works printed in Great Britain and the America during the 18th century.
Large, full text collection of philosophy classics, in both original language and English translation, written by seminal figures in the humanities and social sciences.
Thesaurus Linguae Graecae
A collection of digitized versions of most literary texts written in Greek from Homer to the fall of Byzantium in AD 1453.
Library of Latin Texts Online
Collection of important Latin texts from 240 BCE to the Second Vatican Council (1962-1965)
Contains many philosophy classics.
Translated Texts for Historians
Full text book series makes available historical sources from 300–800 AD translated into English, in many cases for the first time.
Most of Queen's Library's philosophical research materials are located in Stauffer Library. Queen's Library uses the Library of Congress Classification system to arrange books:
B Philosophy (General)
BD Speculative philosophy (General philosophical works, metaphysics, theory of knowledge, methodology, ontology, cosmology)
To find out more, check the Library of Congress Classification Outline - Class B - Philosophy, Psychology, Religion.
The combined online catalogues of tens of thousands of libraries around the world. You can request books in WorldCat that are not held by Queen's Library by using our interlibrary loan serivce.
Catalogues from Other Libraries
Links to other academic library catalogues in Ontario and beyond.
If the book (or journal article) you want is not available at Queen's Library, you can place an Interlibary Loan request through RACER so we can try to get it from another library.