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Philosophy: Writing in Philosophy

Writing in Philosophy Guides

Need help with the writing process?  Visit the University Library's Writing Help Centre in the Murray Library - Room 142.  Writing tutors offer free, one-to-one instruction in academic writing, online and in person, for students at any stage of the writing process.

Are you information savvy? Read the library's guide to help build your awareness and skills in specific facets of digital information literacy.

Writing Help

University Library Writing Centre

The Writing Centre provides free, one-to-one help at any stage of the writing process, both online and in person.

The Writing Centre's help guide provides a wealth of writing resources for students (including information about tutoring and workshops) and teaching resources for faculty.

Be sure to check out writing workshops geared to undergrads and grad students (all are welcome at either level).  Attend a live workshop or watch a workshop recording on your own time.

Department of Philosophy Help Centre

The Philosophy Help Centre has Philosophy graduate student tutors read first drafts and give advice about how to strengthen the argument(s) of essays, offer suggestions for improving organization, and point out weaknesses and places where more detail or clarity is needed. The Philosophy Help Centre cannot provide philosophical advice or provide judgments about the material students are writing about.