The quickest way to find articles on a specific topic is by searching a relevant database. I recommend the ones listed below for Philosophy.
If the full-text of an article is not available within the database, look for the Article Link button, or follow the instructions in the boxes on the right.
If you already have a citation for the article that you are looking for,
e.g. Priest, G. "Hopes fade for saving truth." Philosophy 85, no.1 (2010): 109-140.
There are 4 easy ways to find a copy. These are listed below.
You can use Library Search | Ketu to find an article from a citation.
Search for the "Title of the article" (within quotation marks).
e.g. "Hopes fade for saving truth"
Off-Campus? Access Google Scholar via this link:
You can use the Library Search | Ketu box to find an article using the journal title.
Search for the "Title of the journal" (within quotation marks), e.g. "Philosophy Compass"
Once you have found a record for the journal, browse by year, volume, issue, page number to find a copy of the article.
If you have tried all of the above methods, and the article you need is not available here, you can request a free copy through our "Get It" Interloan service.