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PHIL 333: Philosophy of Emotions

For an upcoming assignment in this class, you will be writing either an argumentative paper on anger or a critical response to one of the readings you have discussed so far. For either prompt, you'll need to incorporate two additional scholarly sources. The research strategies and resources featured on this guide are intended to help you get started. 

Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy

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The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy is a dynamic, online scholarly encyclopedia in which entries are kept up to date by an expert or groups of experts in the field.

 

Pay close attention to the very helpful bibliographies at the end of each entry for further exploration! Consulting a bibliography is an efficient way to make sure you know who the scholars are who've been working on your topic. 

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