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This guide gives an overview of recommended sources for philosophy

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This guide gives you an overview of recommended sources for philosophy:

  • databases to find literature
  • journals, based on the lists of philosophy journals as published as part of the project 'Quality indicators for Philosophy'
  • reference works to orientate on a particular topic and to find background information and
  • collected works of philosophers.

The page 'New in the collection' shows recent additions to the philosophy collection of the Erasmus University Library, with an option to subscribe to updates.

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BrowZine: scholarly journals at your fingertips

BrowZine posterUse BrowZine to quickly access your favorite scholarly journals and articles, to save your favorite journals on your personal bookshelf and to get notifications when new articles are published!

Go to BrowZine or download the free app from the App Store or Google Play and log in with your ERNA ID.

For more information, view the BrowZine page.

Ebooks for philosophy

Below is a list of databases with ebooks for the field of philosophy. If you are looking for a specific title, it's better to use sEURch, because there all publishers are covered. 

For teachers: if you are looking for online access to a specific book, please let me know, than I can check the available options.