Key electronic resources
The key electronic resources for Philosophy provide access to secondary critical literature, such as journal articles, books, book chapters and dissertations, as well as to electronic primary texts and contemporary sources. Particularly recommended are Oxford Handbooks and Bibliographies Online (introductory secondary sources), PhilPapers and Philosopher’s Index (secondary sources), JStor and Project Muse (large collections of full-text journals) and Past Masters (primary sources).
Online help and support
Training materials and guides: support materials, guides and videos to help you search the literature and get to the full text.
If you would like some help finding literature for Philosophy, or managing your citations and reference lists, please contact kate dot courage at warwick dot ac dot uk, the Academic Support Librarian for Philosophy.
To get some help starting out on a literature search, see our video tutorials (right) on creating a search strategy and getting to the full text.
- American Philosophical Association
- Internet Archive: An archive of digital items, including texts, audio and moving images to give permanent access for researchers, scholars, and the general public
- Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy: provides detailed, scholarly information on key topics and philosophers in all areas of philosophy. The IEP uses peer-review methods, and the authors are specialists in the areas in which they write
- Warwick University Philosophy Department
- Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy: the leading online philosophy reference resource, with entries added, updated and refereed by experts in the field
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Getting to the full text
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