Would you like to delve deeply into questions you may have on questions about the human condition? The Santa Clara County Library is proud to announce access to three new religions and philosophy to help you explore some deeper questions that you may have.
These three resources are:
Religions of America Digital Archive: Religions of America traces the history and unique character of religious movements that originated in or were re-shaped by the United States during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. This resource supports scholars with primary source content derived from numerous collections and most notably the America Religions Collection at UC Santa Barbara.
Gale OneFile: Religion and Philosophy: Easily search hundreds publications from scholarly journals, magazines, newsletters, images and other authoritative sources covering various topics on religion and philosophy.
EBSCO Religion and Philosophy Collection: Provides coverage of key theological and philosophical resources spanning over 100 years. Explore hundreds of full-text, scholarly journals and magazines covering many religious and philosophical topics, including world religions, religious history, political philosophy, philosophy of language, and more.
Are you interested in other philosophy and religion-based topics and research? With your Santa Clara County Library District library card, you also have access to Universal Class which offers over 500 courses on topics such as spiritual studies, personal development, self-help, hobbies and more!
In addition, you can find a variety of further research resources on our Philosophy & Religion Online Library 24/7 section!
If you want a premier source for the latest peer-review publication on religion and philosophy, you can use your Santa Clara County Library District card 24/7 to access all this and more!