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First, select Journals Only. Then, perform a keyword search by selecting "title contains all words" and entering "philosophy" in the blank field.
You will see that there are 90 results for journals containing the keyword "philosophy."
For this example, we will scroll down and select Philosophy and Literature by clicking on the "Project Muse - Premium Collection" link in the journal description.
Once you have clicked on the link, you will be able to scroll down a list of the journal's issues in chronological order. For the purposes of this example, we will click on Volume 44, Number 1, April 2020, which is the most recent issue available to us.
Now you have access to the entirety of this issue's contents. You will see here the first item, which is the Literature, the Emotions, and Learning section. You can view, download, or save the contents of that section by clicking on the various icons.
If you can't find an article you need in our database or journal collection we can request a copy from another library. Just fill out the Interlibrary Loan (ILL) form below.