Philosophy Database is a full-text journal and dissertations database specifically designed for researchers of all aspects of the interdisciplinary field of Philosophy. Philosophy Database contains the full-text of more than 160 philosophy scholarly journals as well as more than 1,000 modern and influential dissertations. Content covers the period 1860 to the present and is updated on a regular basis with new issues and new journal titles.
Researchers require access to modern and historical full text journal content and are, in greater numbers, consulting contemporary dissertations to conduct their studies. Philosophy Database complements the Philosopher’s Index well and the over-arching Philosophy Collection brings both the scholarly and deep indexing of The Philosopher’s Index together with Philosophy Database’s deep backfile and current file of important and influential full text journals and dissertations.
The collection allows for the full study of Philosophy, which crosses many disciplines within the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences.
As the Philosophy collections grow, the ability to compare and contrast information sources, to develop and defend positions on an issue aide in the development of this critical research skill.
Researchers require access to modern and historical full text journal content, and are, in greater numbers, consulting contemporary dissertations to conduct their studies. A collection of more than 160 full-text scholarly journals, covering more than 3,000 journal years of content, that cover all aspects of the understanding of the multidisciplinary field of Philosophy, and over 1,000 exclusive dissertations by contemporary scholars is included.
The database allows users to search a very broad range of titles and publication types covering a large time period – all of which are relevant to the discipline and available in full text. All aspects of the academic study of Philosophy are represented, both analytical and continental as well as sub-disciplines like ethics, metaphysics, philosophy or science and philosophy or religion.