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History and Philosophy of Science @ Pitt: Home

A brief guide to library resources useful to Historians and Philosophers of Science


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The University Library System's Catalog is PITTCat+.  It is the most useful entry point from which to discover the full array of the many information resources offered by the University Library System. These resources include reference services, books and e-books, databases, journals and e-journals, as well as other content. After searching the catalog for sources providing  information useful to you,  PITTCat+ makes it possible to locate print sources and to access the online resources directly after having located them via the catalog.  


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This guide provides a general overview of history and philosophy of science resources for the Department of History and Philosophy of Science and for philosophy and humanities students on all University of Pittsburgh Campuses.. If you have any questions or feel that something is missing please don't hesitate to contact us! 

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