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Use the top most search box above to find books, journals, government documents, and electronic resources available in the Dulaney-Browne Library.
You can also search World Cat to find books that we do not have which you can borrow through our Interlibrary Loan service (for forms, click on the "Borrow Items From Another Library" link in the availability section of the World Cat screen).
The Internet is a powerful resource which makes thousands of times more information accessible at your fingertips than has ever been available to any generation of researchers in history. This can be both a blessing and a curse. Yes, you can type a key term into a search engine and instantly have more sources than would be humanly possible to read. But are they the best sources for your needs?
When using the Internet for research it is important to have a strategy and some criteria in mind. [more...]
Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy 2008 selection by the Reference & User Services Association as one of the best free reference websites; an introductory resource for philosophy research, composed of peer-reviewed entries.
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy Freely available, continuously updated collection of entries authored by scholars.