EBSCOhost is a database that provides full-text articles from scholarly journals, newspapers, magazines, encyclopedias, dictionaries, and trade publications. Within EBSCO, you may choose to run a search through all of the databases, or select the database(s) you want.
Academic Search Elite
Academic institutions worldwide depend on this database as their core resource of scholarly information. Academic Search Elite contains full text for more than 2,100 journals. Nearly 150 journals have PDF images dating back to 1985.
E-Book Academic Collection (EBSCOhost)
Among the multidisciplinary academic collection of 175,000 e-books, 39,000 philosophy books will be accessible with information relevant to the researcher’s needs.
E-Book Collection (EBSCOhost)
Among this collection, you may browse the category of Philosophy to find books on philosophy.
This database hosts full-text, digital versions of books and academic journals primarily in the Humanities and Social Sciences. There are also journals in the hard sciences.
JSTOR journals or books can be searched by the Subject “Philosophy” to find academic journals on the subject. You may also search using keywords in the standard search bar or by using the advanced search function.
Gale Academic OneFile connects the information you are looking for with tools that make discovery fast and easy. You will find this premier periodical resource that provides millions of articles from scholarly journals and other authoritative sources with extensive coverage in key subject areas. Journal articles and books can be searched by the subject “Philosophy.”
Gale In Context: Opposing Viewpoints
Find overviews, news, and opinions on hundreds of today's important social issues. This is a database that covers current controversial issues in society. The front page has several issues that can be browsed by their general topic. It also has a search function where specific topics on philosophy can be found.
Gale OneFile: Religion and Philosophy
Research the impact of religion on culture throughout history, including literature, arts, and language. This is a database that covers subjects under religion and philosophy. Searching the term “philosophy” will provide over 50,000 results from trade and academic journals.
Tennessee Electronic Library provides a full list of databases by subject. TEL hosts a wide range of content including magazines, scholarly journals, podcasts, videos, e-books, test prep materials, federal census records, and more in every subject imaginable. TEL also connects searchers to results from a multitude of databases through the use of a powerful search engine tool that can be found under “All Resources.”
You may go to “All Resources” and select “Religion and Philosophy” in Gale OneFile to find information about philosophy. The main page of TEL also has a basic search engine that connects searchers directly to articles and eBooks with keyword searches.
This database provides access to newspaper articles from around the world. The search tools on this site allow you to pinpoint articles about your topic by geographic region, publication, date, and more.
It provides Hot Topics for faculty and students with an easier path to locating topics of interest related to current global issues, events and people for personal and course research.
It provides you with suggested search topics in a range of fields. Choose a broad topic (e.g. Religion) and subtopic (e.g. Issues in Religion), and Access World News will search for recent articles in that area.
This is a database that contains six separate sub-databases: African-American History, Issues & Controversies, Infobasebooks, CREDO Reference, Today’s Science, and World News Digest.
InfobaseBook is a good source for seeking philosophy books electronically. You may browse by category or run a basic search for “Philosophy.”