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UCOR 3000 Article Report (PhilPapers): Cite Sources

Subject Librarian

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Steve Perisho
Office: 128

"You need to turn in author, title (of article), name of journal, [and] date of publication (e.g. July 1998) . . . . The easiest way to get this info is just to copy and paste from the PhilPapers":

Step One:

 Step Two:

PhilPapers doesn't always reproduce an abstract,

but if one was written but not uploaded to PhilPapers, you should be able to get the text of it from the full text of the article itself.