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PHIL 300: Science and the Modern World

Discovering and Investigating

Once you've determined your topic - it's time to dig in and discover just what it's all about...  In the sciences, a great place to start is with general subject-based reference encyclopedias and credible online resources.  You will want to "get a feel" for how your topic is studied, what sub-disciplines (great source for keywords!) focus on it, and a Wikipedia-like comprehension of its nature.

Using the WSU Libraries Catalog, search for science reference resources to find entries and information on your topic.  There are multiple ways to do this: subject searches, title searches and advanced keyword searching.  Below is a list of databases in the library you may want to consult as you begin:

Search the WSU LIBRARIES ONLINE CATALOG for resources related to your topic:

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