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Philosophy Guide: Researching in Philosophy

Library resources for Viterbo philosophy students

Need to develop your idea?

If you are just starting your research, you may need to develop your topic further. Use the databases below to find background material to build your topic or idea into a research question or thesis.

How to use this guide

In this guide you'll find research tutorials and resources we suggest you use for researching in philosophy. If you are still developing your topic, consider finding inspiration in the resources provided in the "Need to develop your idea?" box.

Click the "How do I...?" tab at the top to access general how-to handouts and videos to help you research at the Viterbo University library.

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