The resources on this list focus closely on the History and Philosophy of Science. They access scholarly articles written by professional philosophers and historians of science. These databases include PhilPapers and the History of Science, Technology, and Medicine databases.
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These databases contain in-depth articles and information on this subject.
PITTCat+ and PITTCat Classic are excellent ways to start your search for articles There are certain specialized databases that are quite useful in providing some analysis of your chosen articles that may meet your scholarly needs. These are the various citation indexes found in the Web of Science. Using these databases you can find out who has cited articles that you are considering for use. This puts you in the research stream of your topic.
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