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PHIL101- Philosophical Perspectives- Lebanidze: Home

Guidelines on Writing a Philosophy Paper



What's in this guide...

  • Databases and Online Sources- Look through databases, reference, and online resources specifically catering to philosophy.
  • Books-  Find book databases and check out selected digital and print books on Kant, Aristotle, Mills, Ethics and Utilitarianism. 
  • Citation Help - Having trouble citing your sources? Here you can find some help citing in the three major citation styles.
  • Ask-A-Librarian- Have any problems? Check out our FAQ's or contact a librarian via chat, email, phone or make an appointment.
  • Interlibrary Loan- Found an article, book, report, etc... that you like but you cannot access it immediately? Here you can request access to resources outside of Marist's collection. 
  • Writing Center- Go here to ask for a professor's advice about organizing and writing your paper.

  • Remember you can always use the proofreading service to check for errors in spelling or grammar.


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