Acknowledging, or referencing, the sources of the quotes, theories, ideas, etc. you've used in your work will help you to avoid accusations of plagiarism.
The Faculty of Philosophy does not impose any particular referencing style. Many different ways of giving references are used in academic publications. All systems are acceptable, provided they are applied consistently. APA, Chicago, Harvard and MHRA are commonly used in key Philosophy publications.
For further information see the Faculty's Guide to presenting and referencing undergraduate extended essays and dissertations and Presentation of graduate work.
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Guides to referencing and style guides can be found in the Study skills section of the Philosophy Library.
The Good academic practice and plagiarism LibGuide offers an online tutorial to help you understand plagiarism and referencing basics.