The online version of Arts and Humanities Citation Index has been incorporated into the Web of Science database.

Cambridge Companions searches across the Companions for Literature and Classics; Philosophy, Religion, and Culture; and Music.

The Cambridge Companions series offers collections of essays which are intended to serve as reference works for an inter-disciplinary audience of students and non-specialists. Addressing topics and figures ranging from Plato through Kant to Habermas, and philosophical movements such as the Scottish Enlightenment and German Idealism.

The collected papers of Charles Sanders Peirce, American philosopher, logician, mathematician, and scientist - known as the "father of pragmatism."

Loeb Classical Library is a digital library of more than 520 volumes of Greek and Latin texts with their English translations. Works of epic and lyric poetry, drama, history, philosophy, medicine, religion, mathematics, and more are included in this resource. Bookmarking and annotation features are available to users.

The site Free Access to Pascal and Francis is an archive of the PASCAL and FRANCIS bibliographic databases in science, human and social sciences, produced by the Inist-CNRS since 1972.

A bibliographic database with author-written abstracts covering scholarly research in all fields of philosophy, published in journals and books.

PhilPapers is an index of philosophy research literature that currently includes entries for over 2 million books and articles. The index and accompanying open access archive are also integrated with a structured bibliography that organizes its entries into over 5,000 topics.

Includes full text for more than 300 journals covering world religions, biblical studies, history, political philosophy and more.

This resource is supported through collaborative efforts between the KU Libraries and the State Library of Kansas.

Contains the full content of the classic print encyclopedia, as well as new articles and updates which are often cross referenced to earlier works. (Restricted to 4 simultaneous users.)

A reference work and publishing project of the Metaphysics Research Lab at the Center for the Study of Language and Information (CSLI) at Stanford University.