NAVIGATING THE LIBRARY
Foruse the menu tab for 'Doing your Research'.
Call numbers to find books in the library.
We recommend browsing the shelf in the general area of the your subject interest. A good browse can throw up lots of ideas, as well as lead you into new areas of relevance.
|Call number||Subject area|
|BF501-635||individual ethics, character, virtue|
Search terms to use in MultiSearch to find journal articles and other material
Here are some suggested terms:
Some good general terms to mix with specific terms are:
You can link your specific subject area with the term 'philosophy'.
An example for searching would be using the terms
"moral goodness" AND debate.
virtue AND philosophy
Use inverted comma's to link two words together as a phrase. The 'AND' in the middle is capitalized to link the terms.
When using the Cambridge Companions:
(Note that we have thousands of titles, but not everything)