Core Resources

PhilPapers: Philosophical Research Online

Extensive index of philosophy articles and books by academic philosophers in all areas of philosophy, with a significant number of open access articles.

Philosopher's Index 1940+

Scholarly index to journal articles and books in philosophy.  Includes anthologies and book reviews.

Philosophy Compass 2006+

Peer-reviewed survey articles on contemporary work in philosophy.

Philosophy Documentation Center Collection (POIESIS) 1998+

Provides searchable full-text articles from over 50 philosophy journals.

Encyclopedia of Philosophy, 2nd ed.

Provides extensive articles with bibliographies on all areas of philosophy.

Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy

Provides full-text articles with current bibliographies on virtually every aspect of philosophy. Updated quarterly

Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy

Provides full-text articles with current bibliographies on many topics of philosophy.

Supplementary Resources


Digital repository of materials from member libraries.

International Aristotle Bibliography

Extensive bibliography of scholarly works on Aristotle from 1902-present.

L'Annee Philologique

Main index to the scholarship of classical studies published in all languages in both books and journals.

Library of Latin Texts - Series A

Texts of Latin literature spanning the Classical, Patristic, Medieval, and Neo-Latin periods.

Loeb Classical Library

Online access to all of the in print volumes of this major series of Greek and Latin texts with facing translations.

National Archive of Dissertations

Access to bibliographic information and often full-text content of dissertations from Greek universities and Greek students studying abroad.

Oxford Classical Dictionary

Continuously-updated encyclopedia to all aspects of classical antiquity. 5th ed. 2016-.

Perseus Digital Library

Texts of the major Greek and Latin authors linked to dictionaries, English translations and commentaries.

Thesaurus Linguae Graecae (TLG)

Texts of Greek literature from Homer (8th century BCE) to the fall of Constantinople (1453 CE).

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