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Rhetoric: Concepts, Definitions, Boundaries

by Covino, William A.
Jolliffe, David A.

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  • ISBN: 9780205184620
  • ISBN10: 0205184626

Rhetoric: Concepts, Definitions, Boundaries

by Covino, William A.
Jolliffe, David A.

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  • Binding: Paperback
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  • Publisher: Longman
  • Publish date: 02/14/1995
  • ISBN: 9780205184620
  • ISBN10: 0205184626
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Description: I. AN INTRODUCTION TO RHETORIC. What Is Rhetoric? The Field(s) of Rhetoric. The Elements of Rhetoric. Audience. Means of Persuasion. The Canons of Rhetoric. II. GLOSSARY OF MAJOR CONCEPTS, HISTORICAL PERIODS, AND RHETORS. Aristotle. Arrangement. Wayne C. Booth. Kenneth Burke. George Campbell. Christine de Pizan. Cicero. Classical Rhetoric. Commonplaces. Edward P.J. Corbett. Mary Daly. Delivery. Dialectic. Diotima. Dramatism. Enlightenment Rhetoric. Enthymeme. Epistemic Rhetoric. Erasmus. Faculty Psychology. Paulo Freire. Good Reasons. Sarah and Angelina Grimke. Winifred Bryan Horner. Hypatia. Imagination. Invention. Isocrates. Kairos. James L. Kinneavy. Malcolm X. Medieval Rhetoric. Memory. Modern Rhetoric. Walter J. Ong, S.J. Pan Chao. Pathos. Chaim Perelman. Pisteis. Plato. Poetics. Postmodernism. Quintilian. Peter Ramus. Renaissance Rhetoric. I.A. Richards. Richard Rodriquez. Oscar Romero. Social Construction. Sojourner Truth. Sophists. Speech Act Theory. Stasis Theory. Style. Tropes and Schemes. Giambattista Vico. Richard Whately. Thomas Wilson. W. Ross Winterowd. Mary Wollstonecraft. Virginia Woolf. III. PERSPECTIVES IN THE HISTORY AND THEORY OF RHETORIC. Overviews of Rhetoric. Introduction. George Kennedy, A Hoot in the Dark: The Evolution of General Rhetoric. Stanley Fish, Rhetoric. Brian Vickers, from In Defense of Rhetoric. Ancient and Medieval Rhetoric. Introduction. Susan Jarratt, Toward a Sophistic Historiography. William M. A. Grimaldi, The Aristotelian Topics. Mary Carruthers, from The Book of Memory. Renaissance Rhetoric. Introduction. Paul Oskar Kristeller, The Renaissance. Victoria Kahn, from Rhetoric, Prudence, and Skepticism in PC3 the Renaissance. Sister Miriam Joseph, from Rhetoric in Shakespeare''s Time. Modern Rhetorics. Introduction. Nan Johnson, from Nineteenth Century Rhetoric in North America. Sharon Crowley, from The Methodical Memory. Robert J. Connors, The Rise and Fall of the Modes of Discourse. Karlyn Kohrs Campbell, from Man Cannot Speak for Her: A Critical Study of Early Feminist Rhetoric. Lloyd Bitzer, The Rhetorical Situation. William Covino, from The Art of Wondering: A Revisionist Return to the History of Rhetoric. IV. THE CONTENTS OF RHETORIC. Rhetoric and Cultural Studies. Introduction. Cary Nelson, from Always Already Cultural Studies: Two Conferences and a Manifesto. bell hooks, from Yearning: Race, Gender, and Cultural Politics. IE. D. Hirsch, Jr., from Cultural Literacy: What Every American Needs to Know. Henry Louis Gates, Jr., from Loose Canons: Notes on the Culture Wars, Rhetoric and Non-Western Culture. Robert T. Oliver, from Communication and Culture in Ancient China and India. Tao Te Ching, excerpts Kristopher Kowal, Reading Lao-Tzu as Rhetoric. Han Fei Tzu, The Difficulties of Persuasion. Angus Graham, The Sharpening of Rational Debate: The Sophists, from Disputers of the Tao. Chad Hansen, Kung-Sun Lung and the White-Horse Paradox, from Language and Logic in Ancient China. Rhetoric, Feminism, and Gender Studies. Introduction. Audrey Wick, The Feminist Sophistic Enterprise: From Euripides to the Vietnam War. Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick, from Epistemology of the Closet. Pan Chao, from Lessons for Women. Christine de Pizan, from The Book of the City of Ladies. Mary Ann McClintock, et al, from Declaration of Sentiments and Resolutions, 1848. Mary Daly, from Webster''s New Intergalactic Wickedary. Rhetoric and Philosophy. Introduction. Chaim Perelman, from The Realm of Rhetoric. Andrea Nye, from Words of Power: A Feminist Reading of the History of Logic. Richard Cherwitz, Rhetoric as 'A Way of Knowing'': An Attenuation to the Epistemological Claims of the 'New Rhetoric''. Richard E. Vatz, The Myth of the Rhetorical Situation. Rhetoric and the Arts. Introduction. Donald Preziosi, Overview: Linguistic and Architectonic Signs from Architecture, Language, and Meaning: The Origins of the Built Word and Its Semiotic Organization. David Bordwell, from Making Meaning: Inference and Rhetoric in the Interpretation of Cinema. Mark Evan Bonds, from Wordless Rhetoric: Musical Form and the Metaphor of the Oration. Rhetoric and Literary Criticism. Introduction. Terry Eagleton, from Literary Theory. Elizabeth Flynn, Composing as a Woman. Charles I. Schuster, Mikhail Bahktin as Rhetorical Theorist. Gary Olson, ed., Jacques Derrida on Rhetoric and Composition: A Conversation. Rhetoric and Science. Introduction. Allen Gross, from The Rhetoric of Science. Paul Feyerabend, from Against Method. Herbert Schnadelback, from Against Feyerabend. Kenneth Pike, from Language as Particle, Wave, and Field. Rhetoric and Linguistics. Introduction. Ross Winterowd, The Rhetoric of Beneficence, Authority, Ethical Commitment, and the Negative. Marcia Farr, From Essayist Literacy and Other Verbal Performances. Frank Smith, from Understanding Reading. Rhetoric and Education. Introduction. James J. Murphy, The Concept of School. Donald Lemen Clark, Progymnasmata. Melinda Fine, "You Can''t Just Say That the Only Ones Who Can Speak Are Those Who Agree with Your Position," Political Discourse in the Classroom. Barry Brummet, Rhetorical Theory as Heuristic and Moral: A Pedagogical Justification. Rhetoric and Literacy. Introduction. Thomas J. Farrell, A Defense of Requiring Standard English. Harriet Malinowitz, The Rhetoric of Empowerment in Writing Programs. Eric A. Havelock, The Coming of Literate Communication to Western Culture. Rhetoric and Composition. Introduction. John Gage, Why Write? James Berlin Ideology and Composition. Janet Emig, Composing Process of 12th Graders, Excerpt. Rhetoric and Technology. Introduction.
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