An Existential Philosopher's

Museum

    Welcome to this intellectual palace,
a place for musing and amusing,
a place for study and enlightenment.

    There are 7 doors and 700 rooms (all color-coded).
Each room has more doors leading to related rooms in the museum,
some on the same floor, others upstairs or downstairs.
Occasionally an elevator will whisk you
to an entirely different part of the museum.
Happy exploring!

    You may enter this museum thru any of these 7 doors:

1. LOVE

2. SEXOLOGY

3. EXISTENTIALISM

4. UNITARIAN UNIVERSALISM

5. EXISTENTIAL SPIRITUALITY

6. MEDICAL ETHICS

7. DEATH

8. Copyright Notice, Introducing James Park,
Electronic Publishing, Index for Bibliographies, etc.


If you would like a quick tour of this whole museum,
see the Museum Guide to An Existential Philosopher's Museum.


    You can also search this Existential Museum
with the help of this search engine:


Simply type a key word into the box
and click the "Search" button. 


Library of Congress subject headings:

    This website is perhaps the first to have each file labled
with its most appropriate Library of Congress Subject Heading.
The title line (at the very top of your screen)
gives the LC Subject for the 'room' you are visiting. 
Read more , including the most common LC headings used in this museum.


    Even tho this index page does not change often,
every week a new room or two is added to this museum.
Here is a guide to major recent changes: New Rooms .


VISITOR COUNT

    Approximately 20 visitors tour this electronic museum each day.
See detailed history .

    The following counter records (including this visit by you)
the total number of visitors since September 1, 2004:
Visitors:

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If you are interested in music,
the author of this home page has a brother who is a composer.
Visit his home page at:
Warren Park Music











The views and opinions expressed in this page are strictly those of the page author.
The contents of this page have not been reviewed or approved by the University of Minnesota.