The eight-branch main library system of the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, with collections of over 9 million volumes. Branches housing the most philosophical materials include the Hatcher Graduate Library, the Shapiro Science Library, and the Buhr Shelving Facility.
Catalog of the U-M University Library [Open access]
U-M Tanner Philosophy Library
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 (12 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.)