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Benefits for Subscribing Institutions

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Benefits for Users

  • Fast, cross-searchable and exclusive digital access to thousands of critical entries on individuals from across the history of thought and philosophy
  • A broad range of traditions and disciplines
  • A tailored taxonomy that recognizes the different areas within philosophy enabling easy browsing across subject, schools of thought, region and period
  • An interactive visual timeline highlighting North American, British and Irish thinkers from 1600 to 2000
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