) 089 General collections in Italic, Hellenic, or other languages – Best-Loved Chinese Proverbs090 Manuscripts & rare books (2/10) 090 Manuscripts, rare books, or other rare printed materials 091 Manuscripts – The Friar and the Cipher 092 Block books 093 Incunabula 094 Printed books 095 Books notable for bindings 096 Books notable for illustrations and materials 097 Books notable for ownership or origin 098 Prohibited works, forgeries and hoaxes – Great Forgers and Famous Fakes 099 Books notable for format100s – Philosophy and psychology: (30/89) 100 Philosophy (2/9) 100 General works on philosophy (!
) 141 Idealism and related systems and doctrines 142 Critical philosophy (!) 143 Bergsonism and intuitionism 144 Humanism and related systems and doctrines 145 Sensationalism 146 Naturalism and related systems and doctrines – Darwin's Dangerous Idea 147 Pantheism and related systems and doctrines 148 Dogmatism, eclecticism, liberalism, syncretism, and traditionalism (! )150 Psychology (5/7) 150 Psychology – Freud for Beginners 151 Unassigned 152 Perception, movement, emotions, and physiological drives – The Joy of Pain 153 Conscious mental processes and intelligence – Consciousness and the Social Brain 154 Subconscious and altered states and processes (!) 001 Knowledge – Atlantis and the Silver City 002 The book (i.e.Meta writings about books) – Outwitting History 003 Systems – Complexity and the Arrow of Time 004 Data processing and computer science – The App Generation 005 Computer programming, programs and data (!) 166 Syllogisms 167 Hypotheses 168 Argument and persuasion – The Art of Deception 169 Analogy – Surfaces and Essences170 Ethics (Moral philosophy) (5/10) 170 Ethics (Moral philosophy) – On the Genealogy of Morals 171 Ethical systems (!
) 172 Political ethics 173 Ethics of family relationships 174 Occupational ethics – Doing Nothing 175 Ethics of recreation, leisure, public performances, and communication 176 Ethics of sex and reproduction (!
I'm keeping the overall stats here, then more granular stats below.
Overall reading breadth: Sections: 349 / 904 (38.60%) Divisions: 99 / 99 - COMPLETE! ) = I have a book in this Dewey section, but haven't read it yet.* = I read this book before Dec 26, 2011 (actual start of project) and will be either rereading this one or finding a replacement selection for this section (currently at 1 section).(Note: The listing below reflects almost exactly my full copy of the DDC 22, and therefore, may be different from other members' section listings.)Quick jumps:000s: General Knowledge100s: Philosophy and Psychology200s: Religion300s: Social Science400s: Language500s: Pure Science600s: Applied Science (Technology)700s: Fine Arts800s: Literature900s: History and Geography000s: Computer science, information & general works: (21/84) 000 Computer science, information, general works (5/7) 000 Computer science, knowledge and general works (!
) 061 General organizations in North America 062 General organizations in British Isles; in England 063 General organizations in central Europe; in Germany 064 General organizations in France and Monaco 065 General organizations in Italy and adjacent territories 066 General organizations in Iberian Peninsula and adjacent islands; in Spain 067 General organizations in eastern Europe; in Russia 068 General organizations in other geographic areas 069 Museology (Museum science) – The Stranger and the Statesman070 News media, journalism and publishing (1/10) 070 Documentary media, educational media, news media; journalism; publishing – The Dead Beat 071 Journalism and newspapers in North America 072 Journalism and newspapers in British Isles; in England 073 Journalism and newspapers in central Europe; in Germany (!
) 074 Journalism and newspapers in France and Monaco; in France (!
) 027 General libraries, archives, information centers – Main Street Public Library 028 Reading and use of other information media – 12 Books That Changed the World 029 Unassigned030 Encyclopedias & books of facts (2/10) 030 General encyclopedic works (!