Ancient Rhetorics for Contemporary Students
The authors abandon thesis statements, the so-called modes of discourse, and the research paper in favor of the theory of knowledge and the argumentative strategies built into the ancient art of rhetoric. Emphasizing context and invention, they cover early rhetors, rhetorics, and teachers; kairos an
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Ancient Attitudes toward Rhetoric
Language as Power
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