Dewey Decimal System

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The Dewey Decimal Classification is a way of numbering and organizing volumes within a library.

Wikipedia is using the Dewey Decimal System, below, as an alternate category scheme that you may use to browse Wikipedia's content, and is also used in Library and Information Science. [NB: You may wish to be careful about this; the Dewey Decimal System may be copyrighted. The one created by the Library of Congress is not copyrighted]


000 /Generalities
100 /Philosophy and psychology
200 /Religion
300 /Social sciences
400 /Language
500 /Natural sciences and mathematics
600 /Technology (Applied sciences)
700 /The arts
800 /Literature and rhetoric
900 /Geography and history

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