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Databases for Philosophy
Databases provide information about journal articles as well as other materials which might include books, book chapters, dissertations, or conference proceedings.
Indexes journal articles (as well as books, book chapters, dissertations, and similar materials) published in philosophy and related fields.
Indexes journal articles and books in philosophy; also hosts discussions of current topics in philosophy scholarship.
Includes a bibliography of articles (and other materials) on Aquinas and his doctrine published between 1200 and today.
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View a comparison table on Philosopher's Index, PhilPapers, and JSTOR.
Read the Choice reviews of Philosopher's Index and PhilPapers.
General and Multidisciplinary Databases
Databases Containing Dissertations and Theses
Dissertations and theses written at Loyola University Chicago have records in the Dissertations and Theses database; use the universities/institutions index to limit a search accordingly.
Set Loyola University Chicago as your library in Google Scholar and your results lists will include links to articles in our library's e-journal collections. Start at this settings page and search for Loyola in the text box. From the results list, choose Loyola University Chicago Libraries - Find it at Loyola and then click the blue save button near the bottom of the page.
Conduct a Google Scholar search and you will see the full text links on the right side of the results list.