The most important tool for searching for journal articles is a given article's CITATION. This gives you the source information needed to retrieve an article. A citation usually follows this basic format:
*Square parentheses denote optional feild
Author last name, Author initial(s). [and Author initial(s). Author last name] . Year of publication. Article title. Journal Title volume number (issue number): Page span
Bex, F. and Verheij, B. 2012. Solving a murder case by asking critical questions: An approach to fact-finding in terms of argumentation and story schemes. Argumentation 26(3): 325-353.
The most effective way to search for an article if you have the citation is with a journal title search. To perform this search, go to the "Find Articles" tab on uleth.ca/lib and then click on Journal Title Search. This will let you search for the journal, or the part of the citation that is italicized. When typing in the journal name, be sure to include all parts of the title; for example, if the journal title starts with "Journal of..", then include it in the search box. Also make sure to check for spelling errors. When you find the relevant journal title from this search and click on its link. A list appears that shows you how to access articles published in the journal from the library.
Journal of the History of Philosophy (0022-5053)
- from 1963 to present in Project MUSE - Standard Collection - Provides access to all Journal of the History of Philosophy issues published from 1963
- from 10/01/1963 to 10/31/1995 in PAO Collection 2 - Provides access to Journal of the History of Philosophy issues published from October 1, 1963 to October 31, 1995
- from PAPER: v. 6, 1968+ MFILM: v. 1-5, 1963-1967; INTERNET: v. 1, 1963+ to present in University of Lethbridge Journal Holdings - Provides access to all Journal of the History of Philosophy issues published from v. 1, 1963 in a variety of formats. Clicking "University of Lethbridge Journal Holdings" allows you to find the call number and locations for physical copies of specific issues. Current Serials (Level 10) contains the most recent issues in print format, older print issues from v. 6, 1968 forward are found in the UofL Main Collection (Level 9), and v. 1-5, 1963-1968 are also available in the Microform Collection (Level 11). Clicking "access the journal online (U of L users only)" takes you to Project Muse which contains the full-text of all published issues.