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Philosophy: Tools for Researchers

Last Updated: Oct 17, 2018 10:57 AM

Writing a Philosophy Paper

Writing a Philosophy Paper, from University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Brief Guide to Writing a Philosophy Paper, from Harvard University

Guidelines for Writing a Philosophy Paper, from MIT

Tackling the Philosophy Paper, from Cambridge University

Resources for Undergraduates, from the American Philosophical Association

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Citation Management & Style

EndNote: The University at Buffalo Libraries provide EndNote™ citation management software to UB's academic community under the terms of a site license funded by the UB Libraries and the student technology fee. These tutorial videos show you how to start using EndNote and get the most from the program: YouTube Thomson Reuters EndNote Training Videos.

ZoteroZotero offers free, web-integrated citation management software.  While Zotero is not supported or generally taught by staff at UB Libraries, it remains popular with many users.

Citing Sources: This research guide, prepared by UB Libraries, offers solid guidance and orientation for using most of the major citation styles.

Purdue Online Writing Lab (Purdue OWL): The Purdue OWL offers a comprehensive, easy-to-use, and detailed guide to academic writing, from argumentation to citation style.

Blaise Pascal (1623-1662), French philosopher, theologian, physicist, mathematician, inventor, and early computer scientist. (Image source)

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