Selecting the best or most appropriate finding aid for identifying sources depends almost entirely on the context of your research project. There is no single database or web search interface that will work for every research context; instead, you'll need to match your specific research needs to a variety of options.
Use Primo to find resources on your topic at Collins Library and beyond. You will have plenty of time to request materials via Summit or ILL for your project, so start early!
Many of the titles featured on this page are available in print at Collins Library. If you are conducting your studies remotely or only need to consult a single chapter or section of the book, we are offering a digitization service for book chapters (you must log in to Primo to see this option in the book's record).
By consulting book reviews of the scholarly works you are reading, you can gain a better understanding of the place of a particular work within the field. Here are a few tips for locating book reviews:
For philosophy books, start with the resources below and branch out as needed.
These subject databases may be especially useful for your research project in this class.