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Philosophy

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Introduction

Marika Zeimbekis

Your Subject Librarian

Marika Zeimbekis

Email: Marika.Zeimbekis@bristol.ac.uk

 

 

Welcome to the philosophy guide!

Please email me if you need any help, or would like to set up a (telephone or online) meeting or training. Meetings can be for 1-2-1 or group support, with an option to screen share.

How can your subject guide help you?

This guide saves you time and helps you to find resources as you need them.

It gives you information on how to use the library and internet effectively so that you can: 

  • chose relevant philosophical texts for your assignments   
  • reference the work of others in your writings
  • get help with essay writing and other study skills for philosophy

Once you know how to find and select these works, they are an amazing source for thinking and writing about philosophy. You can find the texts you need for your essay, discover more about a topic, and follow philosophical debates in the literature.  

You can use the tabs above to navigate this guide.

 

How can your subject librarian help you?

I can support you to:

  • find and use information
  • evaluate academic resources
  • research a topic
  • avoid plagiarism and reference correctly

 

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