Author: Xing Lu
Publisher: University of South Carolina Press
Keywords: rhetoric, classical, greek, studies, communication, comparison, century, ancient, china, fifth, third
Number of Pages: 350
Published: 1998-09
List price: $49.95
ISBN-10: 1570032165
ISBN-13: 9781570032165

Author: Camille K. Lewis
Publisher: Baylor University Press
Keywords: rhetoric, studies, religion, religious, fundamentalism, amp, university, kenneth, difference, burke, bob, jones, romancing
Number of Pages: 205
Published: 2007-11-01
List price: $44.95
ISBN-10: 1602580030
ISBN-13: 9781602580039

Romancing the Difference examines the rhetoric of fundamentalism as seen through the lens of Bob Jones University. Highlighting the romantic language used by religious separatists, Lewis argues that fundamentalism is not the angry cry of an outsider, nor is it the mocking of secular culture. Instead, it is an attempt to embody and articulate things that are lovely in order to woo others to an entirely different kind of life.

Author: Deirdre N. McCloskey
Publisher: University of Wisconsin Press
Keywords: rhetoric, sciences, economics, human
Number of Pages: 248
Published: 1998-04-15
List price: $24.95
ISBN-10: 0299158144
ISBN-13: 9780299158149

A classic in its field, this pathbreaking book humanized the scientific rhetoric of economics to reveal its literary soul. Author Deirdre N. McCloskey was formerly known as Donald. Her experience in changing gender is reflected in this new edition, but the message remains the same--economics needs to move away from metaphoric rhetoric aimed at persuasion and get back to the science of facts.

Author: Michael J. Hyde
Publisher: University of South Carolina Press
Keywords: rhetoric, communication, studies, ethos
Number of Pages: 231
Published: 2004-06
List price: $39.95
ISBN-10: 1570035385
ISBN-13: 9781570035388

In The "Ethos" of Rhetoric, fourteen noted rhetorical theorists and critics answer a summons to return ethics from abstraction to the particular. They discuss and explore a meaning of ethos that predates its more familiar translation as "moral character" and "ethics." Attentive to this more primordial meaning of the term, the contributors understand the phrase "the ethos of rhetoric" to relate to the way discourse is used to transform space and time into "dwelling places" where people can deliberate about and collectively understand some matter of interest. Such dwelling places define the grou

Author: Plett
Publisher: BRILL
Keywords: rhetoric, history, studies, international, literary
Number of Pages: 112
Published: 2010-02-16
List price: $154.00
ISBN-10: 9004171134
ISBN-13: 9789004171138

The subject of this book is literary rhetoric which is treated both in a historical outline and a systematic concept, implemented in analyses of literary texts of all ages and languages.

Author: Wayne C. Booth
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
Keywords: rhetoric, manifestos, blackwell, effective, quest, communication
Number of Pages: 224
Published: 2004-11-08
List price: $31.95
ISBN-10: 1405112379
ISBN-13: 9781405112376

In this manifesto, distinguished critic Wayne Booth claims that communication in every corner of life can be improved if we study rhetoric closely.Written by Wayne Booth, author of the seminal book, The Rhetoric of Fiction (1961).Explores the consequences of bad rhetoric in education, in politics, and in the media.Investigates the possibility of reducing harmful conflict by practising a rhetoric that depends on deep listening by both sides.

Author: Charles Alan Taylor
Publisher: University of Wisconsin Pre
Keywords: rhetoric, sciences, human, demarcation, defining, science
Number of Pages: 302
Published: 1996-07-01
List price: $22.95
ISBN-10: 0299150348
ISBN-13: 9780299150341

The most interesting entry point to the demarcation problem in science since Poppers seminal formulation.Steve Fuller, Professor of Sociology & Social Policy, Durham University What is science? What isnt science? And who draws the line between them? These are rhetorical concerns, as Charles A. Taylor demonstrates in this ambitious book about the theoretical and cultural underpinnings of scientific practice. By showing how boundaries between science and nonscience are rhetorically constructed and socially enforced, Defining Science reveals the political and philosophical significance of such di
  
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