This Subject Guide offers you quick, guided access to recommended resources for philosophy students. Click on a tab above to access that particular resource area.
Key Resources in Philosophy
Philosopher's Index: Covers philosophy and related interdisciplinary fields. Indexes and abstracts books and over 270 journals published in the U.S. and the Western World from 1940-present.
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy: The SEP is an online encyclopedia that is maintained by an editorial board and updated quarterly.
Journal of philosophy : From 1921 through present are available.
|from 01/06/1921 to 12/31/2007 in JSTOR Arts & Sciences I Archive Collection|
|from 01/01/2003 to present in Single Journals|
|in Christopher Center Print Holdings|
|in VU Law Library Print Holdings|
|from 01/06/1921 to 12/21/1922 in JSTOR Free Early Journal Content
The Philosophical Gourmet: Brian Leiter's Ranking of Graduate Programs in Philosophy in the English-Speaking World-- a good place to explore current scholars and programs, as well as links to other resources.
Notre Dame Philosophical Review: Substantive, high quality book reviews on scholarly philosophy books. Reviews are completed within 6-12 months of a book’s publication and are “commissioned and vetted” by an editorial board.
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