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Philosophy: Home

Here you will find library and internet resources for research on topics and issues in Philosophy

Introduction

Information on the subject of this guide will be useful to anyone enrolled in a class, in a degree or certificate program, for additional or supplemental information for any course or program, for research projects that focus on topics in the subject, or for personal interest, enjoyment, and enrichment.

Philosophy courses and programs

Visit the Philosophy department website for more information about courses and programs in philosophy. The discipline of philosophy focuses upon critical and comprehensive thought and seeks to bring clarity to confusion, identify assumptions, assess importance and test positions by evaluating evidence for conclusions.

Citation Styles

Always ask your instructor what citation style should be used for research projects. See below for links to helpful resources.

For Del Norte and Distance Education students

Online resources are set up to be accessible to all students from any location at any time. You may be prompted to login using your WebAdvisor ID and your eight digit birth date.  Physical format books from Eureka can be requested and delivered to Del Norte, and vice versa. 

Librarian

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Terri Bonow
Contact:
College of the Redwoods Library
7351 Thompkins Hill Rd. Eureka, Ca. 95501
707-476-4260