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Philosopher's Index

Subjects Indexed: Philosophy

Contains: Citations and abstracts to journal articles and books.

Coverage: 1940-present

Databases

  • Arts & Humanities Citation Index
    Subjects: Arts and humanities.
    Contains: Citations and abstracts to journal articles. Citation mapping. Some non-English language material included.
    Coverage: 1990-present
  • Humanities (Abstracts &) Full Text (1984- )
    Subjects: All fields of the Humanities.
    Contains: Citations and abstracts to journal articles. Some Non-English language materials included. Some full text articles available from 1994-.
    Coverage Dates: 1984-present.
  • L'Annee Philologique
    Subject: The Classics: Greek and Roman literature, linguistics, history, law, philosophy and science.
    Contains: Citations with abstracts.
    Coverage: 1969-2003 (2003 is current at present, check database page for actual coverage).
  • Philosopher's Index
    Subject: Philosophy
    Contains: Citations and abstracts to journal articles and books.
    Coverage: 1940 to present.

Websites

  • Erratic Impact
    This searchable and browseable “philosophy research base” links to thousands of websites categorized by history, subject, and philosopher in ancient, medieval and modern philosophy.
  • EpistemeLinks
    This website has links to more than 19,000 Internet resources categorized by persons, topics, and special features.
  • Athenaeum Library of Philosophy
    The Athenaeum Library of Philosophy is a vast online collection of non-copyrighted philosophical texts and commentaries from classical to contemporary sources.
  • Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
    This Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy contains original, scholarly contributions, adaptations from public domain sources, and articles on all aspects of philosophy.
  • Philosophy Pages
    This dictionary of philosophy terms and names also has timelines, discussions, guides, as well as a collection of briefly annotated links to additional resources.
  • Teaching Ancient Philosophy
    Teaching Ancient Philosophy is an extensive collection of resources, including electronic texts, with links to significant ancient philosphers from Aristotle to Zeno of Elea.
 

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