What we need to do is re-examine the powerful rhetoric
of political Islam and how and why it is that such rhetoric
is still being produced by certain social and political entities.
For years, the study of rhetoric
has been overlooked.
To satisfy these drinkers and collectors, the Orphan Barrel Whiskey Distilling Company has released Rhetoric
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The Best of the Independent Rhetoric
& Composition Journals series represents the result of a nationwide conversation--beginning with journal editors, but expanding to teachers, scholars, and workers across the discipline of Rhetoric
and Composition--to select essays that showcase the innovative and transformative work now being published in the field's independent journals.
Chapter one, "The Origins of Rhetoric
in the Democracy of Ancient Athens" expands significantly the first chapter of the third edition.
She discusses recognizing the Salt Lake Community College Community Writing Center, evolving a discourse ecology: a rhetoric
of respect, transforming energy in pursuit of uncertainty, shifting relations and transforming expectations, and engaging place: acclimation and disruption.
As the art of persuasion, rhetoric
has always had a practical orientation, aimed at helping would-be rhetors find the best available means of persuasion in any particular case, but this pragmatism inevitably intertwines with theoretical speculation about the operations of language and thought.
Written by a professor of political science, Religious Rhetoric
and American Politics makes the case that there are actually two kinds of religious rhetoric
in the American discourse.
Arguably the greatest and most influential teacher of rhetoric
Vico and the Transformation of Rhetoric
in Early Modern Europe, by David L.
offers a response to the "flippant use of rhetoric
as a label," as well as alternative views that "depict rhetoric
as a set of complex processes through which people construct distinctive views of reality, persuade others to share their beliefs and values, and create distinctive social, political, and economic structures that are legitimized through strategic discourse" (p.
In The Reagan Rhetoric
: History and Memory in 1980s America, Toby Glenn Bates justifies his study because "not a single scholar who focused exclusively on Reagan's rhetoric
approached the subject as a historian" (p.
Unlike Robert Danisch's earlier work on the topic, Pragmatism, Democracy, and the Necessity of Rhetoric
(University of South Carolina Press 2007), Crick's project focuses almost exclusively on the rhetorical resources found in John Dewey's pragmatist philosophy.
Summary: Culture Minister Tamam Salam called for toning down political rhetoric
"that may disrupt the general atmosphere, and instead use positive and constructive rhetoric
that will not drag the country or its citizens into harmful confrontation.
& Democracy" is a collection of essays arguing this debate, discussing the rise of the use of rhetoric
in the past century, and how the roots were planted long ago in the Declaration of Independence.