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Good places to look for individual philosophers and philosophical and historical schools of thought:
Individual volumes on philosophers from (alphabetically) Abelard to Wittgenstein. Available online and in print.
Oxford Handbooks Online: Philosophy
Handbooks on 35 discrete philosophicall areas, from Aesthetics to World Philosophy. Some also available in print.
Examples of titles LMU holds. Note: feel free to evaluate the sources you use by assigning a star rating. Or send me comments.
You can access a list of our electronic Reference tools for a wide variety of topics using LINUS. Besides individual reference works, there are clusters of tools searchable from one site. Examples of multi-title online reference sites:
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