Dewey Decimal 100 Series

100 Philosophy and Psychology

100 Generalities

  • 101 Theory of philosophy
  • 102 Miscellany of philosophy
  • 103 Dictionaries of philosophy
  • 104 not used
  • 105 Serial publications of philosophy
  • 106 Organizations of philosophy
  • 107 Education, research in philosophy
  • 108 Kinds of persons in philosophy
  • 109 Historical treatment of philosophy
    • 109.2 Collected treatment of persons

110 Metaphysics

  • 110 Metaphysics
  • 111 Ontology
  • 112
  • 113 Cosmology
  • 114 Space
  • 115 Time
  • 116 Change
  • 117 Structure
  • 118 Force & energy
  • 119 Number & quantity

120 Epistemology, causation, humankind

  • 120 Epistemology, causation, humankind
  • 121 Epistemology
  • 122 Causation
  • 123 Determinism & indeterminism
  • 124 Teleology
  • 125
  • 126 The self
  • 127 The unconscious & the subconscious
  • 128 Humankind
  • 129 Origin & destiny of individual souls

130 Paranormal phenomena, Occult

  • 130 Paranormal phenomena
    • 130.1 Philosophy and theory
  • 131 Occult methods for achieving well-being
  • 132
  • 133 Parapsychology & occultism
    • 133.1 Apparitions
    • 133.3 Divinatory arts
    • 133.4 Demonology and witchcraft
    • 133.5 Astrology
    • 133.6 Palmistry
    • 133.8 Psychic phenomena
    • 133.9 Spiritualism
  • 134
  • 135 Dreams & mysteries
  • 136
  • 137 Divinatory graphology
  • 138 Physiognomy
  • 139 Phrenology

140 Specific philosophical schools

  • 140 Specific philosophical schools
  • 141 Idealism & related systems
  • 142 Critical philosophy
  • 143 Intuitionism & Bergsonism
  • 144 Humanism & related systems
  • 145 Sensationalism
  • 146 Naturalism & related systems
  • 147 Pantheism & related systems
  • 148 Liberalism, eclecticism, traditionalism
  • 149 Other philosophical systems

150 Psychology

  • 150 Psychology
    • 150.1 Philosophy and theory
    • 150.8 History and description with respect to kinds of persons
    • 150.9 Historical, geographic, persons treatment
  • 151
  • 152 Perception, movement, emotions, drives
    • 152.1 Sensory perception
    • 152.3 Movements and motor functions, facial expressions, laterality
    • 152.4 Emotions and feelings
    • 152.5 Physiological drives
    • 152.8 Quantitative threshold, discrimination, reaction-time studies
  • 153 Mental processes & intelligence
    • 153.1 Memory and learning
    • 153.2 Formation and association of ideas
    • 153.3 Imagination and imagery
    • 153.4 Knowledge (Cognition)
    • 153.6 Communication
    • 153.7 Perceptual processes
    • 153.8 Will (Volition)
    • 153.9 Intelligence and aptitudes
  • 154 Subconscious & altered states
    • 154.2 The subconscious
    • 154.3 Daydreams, fantasies, reveries
    • 154.4 Altered states of consciousness
    • 154.6 Sleep phenomena
    • 154.7 Hypnotism
  • 155 Differential & developmental psychology
    • 155.2 Individual psychology
    • 155.3 Sex psychology and psychology of the sexes
    • 155.4 Child psychology
    • 155.5 Psychology of young adults
    • 155.6 Psychology of adults
    • 155.7 Evolutional psychology
    • 155.8 Ethnopsychology and national psychology
    • 155.9 Environmental psychology
  • 156 Comparative psychology
  • 157 Abnormal psychology
  • 158 Applied psychology
    • 158.6 Vocational interests
    • 158.7 Industrial psychology
  • 159 Other aspects

160 Logic

  • 160 Logic.
  • 161 Induction
  • 162 Deduction
  • 163
  • 164
  • 165 Fallacies & sources of error
  • 166 Syllogisms
  • 167 Hypotheses
  • 168 Argument & persuasion
  • 169 Analogy

170 Ethics (moral philosophy)

  • 170 Ethics
    • 170.8 History and description with respect to kinds of persons
  • 171 Systems & doctrines
  • 172 Political ethics
  • 173 Ethics of family relationships
  • 174 Economic & professional ethics
  • 175 Ethics of recreation & leisure
  • 176 Ethics of sex & reproduction, abortion
  • 177 Ethics of social relations
  • 178 Ethics of consumption
  • 179 Other ethical norms, euthanasia

180 Ancient, medieval, Oriental philosophy

  • 180 Ancient, mediæval, Oriental philosophy
    • 180.9 Historical and geographic treatment of ancient philosophy
  • 181 Oriental philosophy
  • 182 Pre-Socratic Greek philosophies
  • 183 Sophistic & Socratic philosophies
  • 184 Platonic philosophy
  • 185 Aristotelian philosophy
  • 186 Skeptic and Neoplatonic philosophies
  • 187 Epicurean philosophy
  • 188 Stoic philosophy
  • 189 Medieval Western philosophy

190 Modern Western philosophy

  • 190 Modern Western philosophy
    • 190.9 Historical and geographic treatment
  • 191 United States & Canada
  • 192 British Isles
  • 193 Germany & Austria
  • 194 France
  • 195 Italy
  • 196 Spain & Portugal
  • 197 Soviet Union
  • 198 Scandinavia
  • 199 Other geographical areas