The Philosophy Department Library is a research resource for all undergraduate and postgraduate students. It contains some two thousand books, including standard texts, reference works, and more detailed studies, and is divided into Aesthetics, Analytical 20th Century Philosophy. Ancient and Classical Philosophy, Early Modern Philosophy, Ethics, History of Science and Medicine, Late Modern Philosophy, Logic, Metaphysics, Political Philosophy, Phenomenology, Existentialism, and Psychoanalysis, Philosophy of Language, Philosophy of Mind, Philosophy of Religion, and Philosophy of Science (including Biomedical Ethics). The Library also houses the Peter Holland Collection, which has greatly expanded our provision of works of contemporary philosophy, and the Colin King Grant Collection. Professor Grant was the Chair of the Board of Studies in the Department from 1959 to 1981 and his donation formed the core of the library's holdings, especially in twentieth century Anglophone philosophy. There are also full runs of major philosophical journals, including Analysis, Philosophy, and the Philosophical Quarterly. The library currently operates as a reading resource from 1-5pm every Wednesday afternoon and 1-2pm every Tuesday afternoon.