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Research guide - Learn how to use library and web resources to complete your paper.
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Finding Keywords

To search any library resource, you must first pick your keywords, or important words that identify your topic.  You will find your keywords in the Twenty Questions selections you have chosen.  Here are some examples:

Keyword Examples
  • Aristotle
  • St. Thomas Aquinas
  • David Hume
Main Topic/Subject
  • identity
  • gender roles
  • death
  • existence of God
Ideas, concepts or theories
invented/named by the philosopher 
  • Nicomachean Ethics
  • altriusm
  • The Ego and Id
New philosophy terms you are unfamiliar with
  • ontology
  • teleology

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