Open Research across DisciplinesHow the principles of open research can be applied to your discipline
Philosophy, Theology and Religious Studies
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Examples of open research practices
Open Data: Open text and open images. For example, “Hume Texts Online is a free and open access collection of works…[which] includes every philosophical text that Hume published, in accurate editions that faithfully represent the original 18th century publications, but without neglecting the advantages of modern online texts…Thanks to the National Library of Scotland and the Royal Society of Edinburgh, we are also able to reproduce here high-quality digital images of Hume’s manuscript of the Dialogues concerning Natural Religion. These pages are made available alongside the text of the first posthumous 1779 edition.” (https://davidhume.org/)
Open Access Resources in Religious and Theological Studies: Getting Started. https://guides.library.duke.edu/openreligion
- Detailed overview of current progress towards open access literature. open-access.network: Open Access in Philosophy
- Open Communication Science: A primer on why and some recommendations for how. https://mediarxiv.org/6bxyz/
- Hume texts online. https://davidhume.org/
- Archive data. https://thearda.com/
- List of open access journals.
- Open access guide. https://umb.libguides.com/c.php?g=350815&p=2468261
- Open access resources on the Muslim world. https://archnet.org/
- List of open access resources and digital library.
- Theological studies journal search. https://cse.google.com/cse?cx=018443097211386924752:luwi5uy2qbe
- Preprint repository. http://philsci-archive.pitt.edu/
- Open access archive. https://philpapers.org/
This page is adapted and extended from: Farran, E. K., Silverstein, P., Ameen, A. A., Misheva, I., & Gilmore, C. (2020, December 15). Open Research: Examples of good practice, and resources across disciplines. https://doi.org/10.31219/osf.io/3r8hb