Philosopher's Information Center

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The Philosopher's Information Center is a nonprofit, educational organization dedicated to providing scholarly resources to philosophers and individuals interested in philosophy and related disciplines. It was founded in 1967 by Richard H. Lineback, who continues to serve as its president. The Philosopher's Information Center's is the publisher of The Philosopher's Index.

The Philosopher's Index includes indexing information and author-written abstracts, including subject headings (proper names and subject terms) from a standardized thesaurus. It currently contains more than 470,000 records drawn from philosophy and interdisciplinary publications that include print and electronic journals, books, anthologies, and book reviews. The journal entries span more than 1400 journals, 700 of which are currently indexed. Coverage dates back to 1940 (with additional records dating back to 1902). The Philosopher's Index covers all major areas of philosophy.

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