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Philosophy: Philosophy eresources

This guide highlights the key philosophy eresources including:

  • ejournals
  • databases
  • ebooks
  • Other websites

students using computers

Finding journal articles and papers

These are the important and popular eresources to find journal articles and papers and other publications for Philosophy. You can also browse a list of all databases.

Finding ebooks & ejournals

You can also use iDiscover to search for an ebook or ejournal. Just enter all or part of the title then click 'Search'.

You can also browse:

Other philosophy resources

Use these for background information on your topic.

These websites provide a useful starting point to free philosophy resources online:

  • Philosophy Bites (also on iTunes) David Edmond and Nigel Warburton give short interviews with philosophers on various topics.
  • History of Philosophy without Any Gaps (also on iTunes). Peter Adamson’s podcasts covering classical, late antique, Islamic and Jewish, and medieval philosophy.
  • Wi-Phi Accessible video introductions to philosophy.
  • TED talks (also on iTunes) A collection of TED talks on philosophical topics.
  • Philosophy TV Videos of debates between leading philosophers.
  • IaI TV Free collection of debates and talks including some on philosophy.
  • In Our Time: Philosophy Recordings of the philosophy discussion programme on BBC Radio 4.