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History of Philosophy

Warburg Institute Library Research Guides

How to Find Articles

Subscription journals and databases can be accessed through Warburg Institute networked computers

Print Journals in the Warburg Institute Library

The Library holds recent issues of print journals in the Reading Room on the Ground Floor and back issues on rolling stacks in the Basement.

PE is the classmark for philosophy periodicals.

Titles of journals can be searched for on the library catalogue. Date ranges show the holdings for individual titles.

Only the title of a periodical is indexed on the library catalogue. It can be searched for in the same way as a book title.

Google Scholar can be a useful way of searching for article titles which are not indexed on the library catalogue.

When you have found the article and journal title, search for the journal using the Warburg Library Catalogue and Senate House Libraries Catalogue.

If the journal cannot be accessed here, check Suncat for holdings in the UK.

If you still cannot access a journal title, consult library staff who may be able to help you locate in another library.

If you have queries about Inter-Library Loans, contact the library at

Google Scholar Search