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How do I locate research that cites Edmund Husserl?

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Sorry for the delay in responding.  There are several places to suggest for information about Edmund Husserl and his work.

Please try the Supersearch within the Philosophy and Religion Research Guide.

Under "Find" on the library homepage, click on Research Guides (Guide by Major) and then Philosophy & Religion , to reach the Philosophy & Religion SuperSearch page.  On that same page under "Reference Books Online" you may wish to use the Biographical Dictionary of 20th-century Philosophers and CREDO Reference: Philosophy & Religion

You may also wish to do a separate search in the Credo Reference database and/or the JSTOR database. 

Under Find, on the library's home page ( ) please click on Article Databases.  Then click on C or J, respectively, and scroll down to Credo Reference or JSTOR, respectively. 

If you would like additional assistance, please phone 515-271-2113, or come in to the library during reference hours (Mon. this week 9 AM - 7:15 PM due to Fall Break) Regular reference hours are posted at:

Hope this helps.

Lorraine Hopper

Cowles Reference Librarian and ILL Staff





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