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Provides fulltext articles from more than 300 journals, 250 peer-reviewed, covering topics of religious and philosophical studies.
Project MUSE provides digital humanities and social science content. MUSE is the trusted source of complete, full-text versions of scholarly journals and books. It also contains a wealth of books and articles pertaining to philosophy.
Credo Reference is a reference database that contains a number philosophical encyclopedias, dictionaries, and other sources for background information. This page shows some of the philosophical titles this database carries.
Films on Demand contains a wealth of videos. Here is their collection of philosophy titles.
Other Online Resources
This free online resources contains a wealth of information on philosophy, philosophers, and philosophical topics.
This free online site sponsored by Stanford University contains a wealth of fantastic articles on philosophy covering a variety of philosophers and philosophical ideas in a great deal of depth and breadth.
This entertaining weekly radio program with two hosts from Stanford University invites different philosophers and scholars to discuss weekly philosophical topics.
This website is for the magazine New Philosopher and contains a lot of articles about philosophy.
Not everything in philosophy is as serious as it might sound. Existential Comics is a humorous philosophical comic that pokes fun and makes jokes about philosophers and their ideas.
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