Approaches to Research in Philosophy
The following guides describe how to conduct research in the field of philosophy and list and annotate important sources.
Philosophy: a Guide to the Reference
REF Z7125.B97 2006
The Philosopher's Guide to Sources,
Research Tools, Professional Life and Related Fields
The Philosopher's Toolkit: a
Compendium of Philosophical Concepts and Methods
REF BC177.B19 2003
- "This book ties together the many methodological "tools" of philosophy, such as logic, conceptual analysis, moral and aesthetic criticism, and the limits of human reasoning into a concise, readable, and accurate descriptive analysis. Cross-references follow each brief section, with useful and up-to-date suggestions for further, more in-depth reading."
Also refer to the following useful book:
Blackwell Companion to
- The emphasis of this book is on Anglo-American philosophy in the mid-to-late 20th century. It combines chapters on historical developments in philosophy with specialist chapters on standard introductory topics, central concepts, and debates within the field.
Last Updated: 07 May 2012