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Chicago (or the closely related Turabian) style is a frequently used style for the
discipline of philosophy. It allows you to use either footnote or
parenthetical author-year citation -- ask your professor which (s)he
prefers. There is a brief
online guide to citation using the Chicago style at the University
of Wisconsin Writing Center. The University of Georgia has produced a brief online guide to the Turabian style.
Ellis Library also has a copy of the latest edition of both guides in the Ready Reference section.
- Dictionary of Philosophical Terms and Names
Produced by philosopher Garth Kemerling, with frequent reference to other published works
- InPhO Taxonomy
An entry point for finding information on philosophical ideas. With it you can explore related ideas and conduct focused searches at the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Noesis, and Google Scholar with a single click
- Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosphy
A dynamic reference work that maintains academic standards while evolving and adapting in response to new research. You can cite fixed editions that are created on a quarterly basis and stored in the site's Archives
- Gale Virtual Reference Library
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- Oxford Reference Online Premium
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