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Brief Guide to Research for Philosophy: Multi-Disciplinary Approach

Multi-Disciplinary Approach

Philosophy research covers a growing range of cultural interests, so you might want to consider a multi-disciplinary approach. First, choose another subject area related to your topic; for example, if you are focusing on philosophy and feminism, you would want to research under Women's Studies; or if your topic is philosophy and politics, you might find important resources searching under History or Political Science. Next, follow the same process described in this guide: use your thesis statement and search catalogs, databases, journals, selected print resources, and the Internet.