The eight-branch main library system of the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, with collections of over 10 million volumes. Branches housing the most philosophical materials include the Hatcher Graduate Library, the Shapiro Science Library, and the Buhr Shelving Facility.
Independent library of the U-M Philosophy Dept., with a non-circulating collection of over 6,000 titles focusing on analytic philosophy and its history, nearly all of which are also held by the University Library.
Materials are available for in-library use only at the Tanner Philosophy Library, 1171 Angell Hall, 435 S. State St. For hours (which vary), link to Tanner website from catalog or call 734-763-0167.
U-M Law Library
Independent library of the U-M Law School, with a comprehensive collection covering Anglo-American, foreign, comparative, and international law that includes works on ethics, legal theory, and the history of philosophy.
Union catalog for the 15 research libraries in the Big Ten Academic Alliance that allows U-M users to borrow materials more easily, with faster delivery time (within 5 days) and longer loan period (17 weeks) than standard Inter-Library Loan.
Union catalog listing materials held by most libraries in North America and some in Europe. Use "Request via ILL" links to place standard Inter-Library Loan requests for items in WorldCat not owned by U-M Libraries--when you're using a hard-wired campus connection, WorldCat completes request form for you. (If you're on wireless or off campus, use FirstSearch version below to get automatic completion of ILL requests.)