Encyclopedia and Reference Sources
  • Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
  • Dictionary of Philosophy of the Mind
  • Merck Manual, 17th Ed.
  • Merck Manual of Geriatrics, 2nd Ed.
  • Meta Encyclopedia of Philosophy
  • Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
  • Print sources available in McGovern Library:

  • Bioethics for Students REF. R724 .B4825 1999
  • Blackwell Encyclopedic Dictionary of Business Ethics REF. HD30.15 B463 1998 v.11
  • Dictionary of Ethics, Theology and Society REF. BJ63 .D45 1996
  • Dictionary of Genetics REF. QH427 .K55 1990b
  • Dictionary of Religion and Ethics REF. BL31 .M3
  • Encyclopedia of Ethics REF. BJ63 .E45 1992
  • Encyclopedia of Bioethics REF. QH332 .E52 2004
  • Encyclopedia of Classical Philosophy REF. B163 .E53 1997
  • Encyclopedia of Philosophy REF. B41 .E5
  • Encyclopedia of Religion and Ethics REF. BL31 .E4 1917
  • Great Books of the Western World (series) AC1 .G7
  • Great Thinkers of the Western World REF. B51 .O94 1995
  • Oxford Companion to Philosophy REF. B51 .O94 1995
  • Oxford English Dictionary REF. PE1625 .N53 1933
  • Oxford English Dictionary, 2nd Ed. REF. PE1625 .O87 1991
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