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If you're looking for translations of philosopher's works, then see the Past Masters database. It has the full-text of select works.
*Note: The most efficient way to find eBooks is to do a keyword search in the library catalog. Please limit your search to EWU, then limit by Material Type eBooks. EWU affiliated patrons can use their single sign on to access eBooks from anywhere. If you want more help on these eBook collections, then see our eBooks research guide.
These free resources are temporarily provided by vendors until June 30, 2020.
If you want to find histories of philosophy, Routledge has published such a series. To find it, do a title search in the catalog for the following: Routledge history of philosophy. There are multiple volumes that start with the ancient Greek philosophers and progress chronologically to the 20th century.
Routledge also has guidebooks to philosophy. You can do a title search in the catalog: Routledge philosophy guidebook. The results will show you all of the ones available. If you'd like to limit down to a particular philosopher or topic, then simply enter that person or topic into the keyword box and redo the search.
Example: Routledge philosophy guidebook (title) AND Descartes (keyword) = 1 result (Routledge Philosophy Guidebook to Descartes and the Meditations).
Call # Subject
B Philosophy (General)
BD Speculative philosophy