The first database is a good all-purpose search tool for philosophical research.
JSTOR has back issues (usually mid-2000s and earlier) of major journals for philosophy.
The next database is a citation index. It links together articles that cite each other, which are likely to be on the same topic.
These last databases are multidisciplinary and will contain philosophical scholarship.
If you cannot locate a journal article, use the Interlibrary Loan Forms. A librarian will locate a library that owns the material and will send for what you need.
Before placing a request, check the Citation Finder to make sure Beeghly does not have a copy.
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