Bibliography is the list of sources referred to in the essay and it is always the last page of the essay.
Aristotle: Metaphysics, edited and translated by J. Warrington, London, Melbourne and Toronto (Dent: Everyman’s Library), 1978.
Jones, WT: The Classical Mind, A History of Western Philosophy, Vol 1, Second Edition, San Diego etc (Harcourt Brace Jovanovich), 1970.
A journal article should have the title of the journal followed by the volume and the page number. Many journals are printed four times a year, sometimes as issue number 1, 2, etc. and sometimes as “Spring” or “Summer” etc.
Hare, R.M. 1975. "Abortion and the Golden Rule". Philosophy and Public Affairs 4.
Kavka, Gegory S. 1982. "The Paradox of Future Individuals". Philosophy and Public Affairs 11 (2): 93-112.
Contribution to a collection of articles (with editors as authors of the book)
Hume, David. 1991. "Of Liberty and Necessity". In The Spectrum of Responsibility, edited by P. A. French. New York: St. Martin Press.
Føllesdal, Dagfinn. 2001. “Norge som ledende kunnskapsnasjon”. Aftenposten, 21. May.
Episcopal Missionary Church. A Brief Biography of St. Francis of Assisi [URL] Episcopal Missionary Church, 1998 [visited 06.03.03 2003]. Available at http://commonprayer.org/st_francis/stf_bio.htm
Cudd, Ann. 2003. Contractarianism [URL]. Stanford University, Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy [visited 12.02 2003]. Available at
Book published on the web
Smith, David H. Ethics and the Teaching Responsibilities of Faculty [URL] Poynter Center, Indiana University, [visited 31.08.2004]. Available at http://poynter.indiana.edu/publications.shtml