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Philosophy Resources: Getting Started

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This guide will help you find philosophy resources. Click a link below to get started.

Articles: Locate philosophy-related articles and journals
Reference Materials: Find background information to help get started.
Books & E-books: Borrow a book from the library, or access e-books from home
Videos & Images: Find image collections or stream videos from home
Web Resources: Use the Web to find associations, government agencies and other websites
Chicago/Turabian: Give credit to your sources by citing properly
APA Citations: Give credit to your sources by citing properly
More Help: Find tutorials, research and writing help, contact information, and more

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