Inventing the potential of rhetorical culture

the work and legacy of Thomas B. Farrell
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Pennsylvania State University Press , University Park, Pa
Other titlesPhilosophy & rhetoric.
Statementedited by Erik Doxtader
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LC ClassificationsP301 .I58 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 183 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL24418874M
ISBN 100271036273
ISBN 139780271036274
LC Control Number2009028031
OCLC/WorldCa427644787

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''Inventing the Potential of Rhetorical Culture'' sheds new light on Thomas Farrell's provocative defense of rhetoric and makes an innovative case for the contemporary importance of rhetorical theory and practice.

In his award-winning book, ''Norms of Rhetorical Culture'', Farrell. Get this from a library. Inventing the potential of rhetorical culture: the work and legacy of Thomas B. Farrell. [Erik Doxtader;] -- "Examines Thomas Farrell's provocative defense of rhetoric and argues for the contemporary importance of rhetorical theory and practice"--Provided by publisher.

Inventing the Potential of Rhetorical Culture sheds new light on Thomas Farrell’s provocative defense of rhetoric and makes an innovative case for the contemporary importance of rhetorical theory and practice. Featuring two previously unpublished works by Thomas Farrell himself, including one that plots a path beyond Norms of Rhetorical.

Book Title: Inventing the Potential of Rhetorical Culture Author: Erik Doxtader Publisher: Penn State Press Release Date: Pages: ISBN: Available Language: English, Spanish, And French.

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Book Title: Inventing the Potential of Rhetorical Culture Author: Erik Doxtader Publisher: Penn State Press Release Date: Pages: ISBN: Available Language: English, Spanish, And French. Rhetoric and Culture We make our meaning together with a text, we wrestle with Rhetoric is a twofold field of study: rhetorical criticism and rhetorical theory.

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This book will make important contributions to several fields, including technical and commercial communication, early American literature, Renaissance literature (especially prose studies), and. Inventing Polemic is a learned and far-ranging study that considers how interrelations between religious polemic and emerging print culture of the late Elizabethan and Stuart (pre-Restoration) periods shaped a variety of literary genres and rhetorical perspectives.

The Panthers introduced the Red Book to the American movement" (Louie and Omatsu xxii). This idea—that Asian Americans were coming to consciousness in part through the structures of black identity—was not limited to the realm of politics but extended to culture and aesthetics, though in this latter realm the point is tinged with anxiety.

Perspectives on Rhetorical Invention, ed. by Janet Atwill and Janice M. Lauer. University of Tennessee Press, ) University of Tennessee Press, ) "The importance of wisdom for invention appears in Cicero's assertion, made at the beginning of Book 2 [of De Oratore ], that no one can ever flourish and excel in eloquence without learning Author: Richard Nordquist.

Books shelved as rhetoric: The Art of Rhetoric by Aristotle, Classical Rhetoric for the Modern Student by Edward P.J. Corbett, Thank You for Arguing: Wha. He is the editor of the forthcoming volume, Inventing the Potential of Rhetorical Culture () and is currently completing an extended study of rhetoric’s “place” in human rights discourse and a book on South Africa’s TRC.

He lives in Columbia, South Carolina and Cape Town, South Africa. Inventing Sacagawea: Public Women and the Transformative Potential of Epideictic Rhetoric.

Western Journal of Communication: Vol. 73, No. 1, pp. Cited by: Inventing the Potential of Rhetorical Culture. Edited and introduced. (College Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press, ).

Faith in the Works of Words: The Beginnings of Reconciliation in South Africa, (Cape Town: David Philip/Lansing: Michigan State University Press, June ). Rhetorical invention--the discursive art of inquiry and discovery--has great significance in the history of spoken and written communication, dating back to the ancient Greeks and Romans.

Yet invention has received relatively little attention in recent discussions of rhetoric, writing, and communication. This collection of essays is the first book in years to focus on current research in.

Modernity as a Rhetorical Problem: Phronēsis, Forms, and Forums in Norms of Rhetorical Culture. James Arnt Aune - - Philosophy and Rhetoric 41 (4):pp. Inventing the Potential of Rhetorical Culture: The Work and Legacy of Thomas B.

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(s): Philosophy & Rhetoric is a quarterly peer-reviewed academic journal covering rhetorical theory, ethics, continental philosophy, informal logic, argumentation theory, critical social theory, and political is published by Penn State University Press and was established in The editor-in-chief is Erik Doxtader (University of South Carolina).

Discipline: Philosophy, rhetoric. In the Rhetorical Power of Popular Culture: Considering Mediated Texts, author Deanna D. Sellnow posits a, not entirely new but nonetheless, important theory of the text, one that admits the nontraditional text to the arena of analysis, rhetoric and argumentation/5.

some of the most ancient rhetorical wisdom with some of the most contemporary thinking about what it is to compose a text. Because Invention in Rhetoric and Composition ties together some of our most ancient and modern thinking, it is especially fitting that this book initiates the Reference Guides to Rhetoric and Composition, whichFile Size: 4MB.

Book History, vol. 12 () Doxtader, Erik Inventing the Potential of Rhetorical Culture () Hauser, Gerard A. Philosophy and Rhetoric in Dialogue () Brotherhead, William Forty Years Among the Old Booksellers of Philadelphia () Greenspan, Ezra, and Jonathan Rose, eds. Book History, vol.

8 () Broadie, Alexander. Toward a Rhetoric ofNetwork (Media) Culture: Notes on Polarities and Potentiality rhetorical studies is in the process oftrying to determine just what rhetoric would be in our current cultural situation. The ancient civic space that led to the emer­ aids its user in inventing and articulating ideas.

The writer sets this. From a more specific observation point, cultural rhetoric, in particular that which characterizes the contemporary culture of rhetorical warfare, emerges as the establishment of narrative conflicts and as recurrent attempts to resolve them, to re-establish and perpetuate them.

My purpose is to suggest the potential relevance of Taylor's work to contemporary rhetorical theories and to call for further inventions in the areas of new media environments and network cultures.1 Heuristics: Schemata (Grids) A heuristic is a set of questions, a mental grid, or.

Sellnow’s The Rhetorical Power of Popular Culture engages writers in complex critiques of popular culture and beyond. Above all, Sellnow orients writers towards establishing robust lines of inquiry while reminding us that these are situated processes that occur in specific contexts and communities of practice, constantly mediated by a variety Brand: SAGE Publications.

Inventing Sacagawea: Public Women and the Transformative Potential of Epideictic Rhetoric Article in Western Journal of Communication 73(1) February with 73 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Cindy Koenig Richards.

influenced, as in modern times, through the press by means of the book, the periodical, the newspaper—it is the written discour se which demands skilful execution, and Rhetoric becomes the art of eloquent writing.

In this extended sense, Rhetoric is the art of eloquence, spoken or written. The notion of eloquence may even drop out,File Size: KB. Robert E. Terrill is Associate Professor in the department of Communication & Culture, and adjunct faculty in the American Studies program, at Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana.

InTerrill received the $10, Kohrs-Campbell Prize in Rhetorical Criticism. epistemology, culture, principles, practices, and discourses. In so doing, we might consider the generative potential of viral models of rhetorical movement and nuanced models of rhetorical agency that some of us have developed (Scott, b, ).

In fact, we could model our collaboration. Figure 5: A scene from Tomorrow’s People on YouTube. As much as it is an exhibition of traditions and daily life, Tomorrow’s People is also a clever rebuttal to Jack E.

Weller’s book Yesterday’s People in which Weller offered a rather simplistic take on Appalachian culture that gained fairly wide circulation at the time. Weller’s book derides mountaineers for their.Each chapter provides (a) an explanation of a particular rhetorical theory, examples of messages the theory reveals when applied to various contemporary popular culture texts, embedded 'applying what you've learned' opportunities for students to practice examining a specific film, television program, song, or advertisement using the theory, one.