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ONLINE LIBRARY CATALOGS

OTHER RESOURCES

FOR FUN

  • Philosophy Experiments
    How well do you know yourself? Analyze your own philosophical and moral beliefs through a series of quizzes.

LIBRARY DATABASES

 

  • Academic Search Premier
    Citations, abstracts and full-text articles from scholarly and general-interest periodicals relating to social sciences, humanities, education, physical, and biological sciences. Covers 1975 to present.
  • Humanities International Complete
    Journal articles in archaeology, classics, cultural studies, arts, philosophy, history, linguistics, and literature, plus literary magazines, 1975-present.
  • Philosopher's Index
    A bibliographic database covering scholarly research in all major fields of philosophy. 1940-present.

ONLINE REFERENCE SOURCES

SELECTED INTERNET RESOURCES

  • Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
    Peer reviewed, open access information on key topics and philosophers in all areas of philosophy. Authors of entries are professors and specialists from the field in which they write.
  • Philosophy Bookshelf
    Philosophical works in Project Gutenberg's catalog are listed in roughly chronological order by subject.
  • PhilPapers: Online Research in Philosophy
    A directory of online journal articles and books from academics in a variety of philosophical fields. Some features require signing up for a free membership.
  • Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
    An open access exploration of topics in philosophy that maintains high academic standards while evolving and adapting along with new research in the field.

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Revised fall 2012 by Jonathan Schmidt. Revised summer 2013 by Alexander London.

      
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