Welcome to the International Philosophical Bibliography
/ Répertoire bibliographique de la philosophie
edited by the Institut Supérieur de Philosophie (Université catholique de Louvain, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium) since 1934.
The IPB lists philosophical publications (books, articles from journals and collective works, book reviews) in the following languages: English, French, German, Dutch, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish and Catalan, as well as Classical Greek and Latin.
The online bibliography is divided into two distinct databases: IPB retrospective
that provides the raw data published before 1997 and IPB full edition
that contains the data encoded since
1997, enhanced with various cross-references, keywords, links with more than 3000 historical works, etc. IPB full edition
currently (Oct. 2015) comprises 220000 notices (books, articles, and book reviews)
|The IPB retrospective contains the bibliographic records from the volume 36 (1984) up to 48 (1996). Data from previous volumes will be gradually integrated. Records are limited to bibliographic data without links or keywords.
||The IPB full edition contains the bibliographic records integrated into the database from the volume 49 (1997) up to 2015-09-27. The database is updated 4 times a year and is enriched by more than 12000 new records each year.
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