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A guide to philosophy resources available from ANU Library.


A database is an index to journal articles. It contains information about the articles including the author, title, source, year published, and often an abstract, which helps you locate them within the database. The database does not hold articles, instead containing only the information needed to find the articles. Many databases have links to the full-text.

The ANU Library subscribes to approximately 540 scholarly databases, containing millions of searchable items, including journal and newspaper articles, images, streaming videos, music and other academic publications.

Explore our databases here: e-resources and databases.

Please note the databases listed are available to ANU students and staff on an off-campus. Login and password are required for remote access - remember to select the option 'ANU Library Home Page'.

Key Philosophy databases

The databases listed here can be used to find scholarly journal articles. If you are not sure where to begin your research, these are good places to start.

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