A bibliography is a collection of works about a person or subject. These are essential research tools and should always be sought because someone has already done the legwork of gathering together in one place important resources on a person or subject. It begins in 1450 and ends in 1974 and collects in all languages.
The aim of The Husserl Page is twofold. First, this site provides a series of originally created bibliographic and informational pages relevant for research into Husserl's philosophy and development thereof. Second, this site supplies an exhaustive listing of (external) internet sites relevant for research into the life and philosophy of Edmund Husserl. [from website]
A major UK web portal for the finest Arts and Humanities web resources for education and research. More than 18,000 sites have been selected and evaluated by a network of subject specialists and made available through an intuitive search interface.
WorldCat (Public) is a global network of library content. This WorldCat site provides some services and functionality not offered on the other WorldCat site, but the content is identical. WorldCat is ideal for locating research sources not owned by Calvin so that the sources can be acquired through InterLibrary Loan.