PHILOSOPHY RESEARCH INDEX
A New Standard for Bibliographic Research in Philosophy
The Philosophy Research Index is an indexing database of bibliographic information on articles, books, reviews, dissertations, and other documents in philosophy. It uses the best available technology to increase bibliographic coverage of the known philosophical literature in several western languages. Coverage includes current and recent materials, as well as older literature back to the 15th century. The largest portion of this coverage is in English. Current listings and features include:
over 1.31 million bibliograpic records
800 journals and series
coverage of materials in 30 languages
multiple search and browse options
facted search results, integrated time line
metasearch of all PDC resources
automatic translation function
save/export search results
direct links to JSTOR
The metasearch allows PRI users to search all documents in our E-Collection and all listings in our Directory.
The translation function combine all results into English. Social networking functionality facilitates information sharing. The database is OpenURL ready and an extended librarians' view is available for each citation.
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Full access is provided to institutions on a subscription basis. This income helps us improve functionality and expand coverage.
What PRI Currently Covers
Journals and Series Title List
Scope of Coverage by Title
TOTAL (July 2014): over 1.31 million listings.
Electronic feeds from publishers and journals projects help maintain and extend coverage of relevant publications. Our editorial team enters other data from print or electronic sources as available.
Topics covered include: aesthetics, epistemology, ethics, history of philosophy, logic, metaphysics, philosophy of language, philosophy of religion, philosophy of science, political philosophy, and social philosophy. The scope of this coverage is expanding as more data is added.
Outlines of complete listings are provided in the Submissions Guidelines.
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