Last Updated: Sep 11, 2014
- Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Substantive entries in the field of philosophy are updated by experts and undergo a peer review process before publishing.
- Credo Reference
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- Encyclopedia of Enlightenment
This encyclopedia contains 700 entries covering the "long" Enlightenment from 1670-1815. Written by scholars in the field the publication has won several awards.
- Library Catalog
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- Philosopher's Index
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