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Works written by the philosopher are considered primary sources.
Works written after the writing of the primary source. Works that provide commentary, discussion, analysis on the primary source,
Secondary sources are published in books, journals, and magazines. Search the Library Catalog, WorldCat, the Philosopher's Index, JSTOR, and other scholarly databases for the name of the philosopher (author of the primary source) as "subject," or "keyword."