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Peripatetic rhetoric after Aristotle

Author: William W Fortenbaugh; David C Mirhady
Publisher: New Brunswick, N.J., U.S.A. : Transaction Publishers, ©1994.
Series: Rutgers University studies in classical humanities, v. 6.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Interest in ancient rhetoric and its relevance to modern society has increased dramatically over recent decades. In North America, departments of speech and communications have experienced a noticeable renaissance of concern with ancient sources. On both sides of the Atlantic, numerous journals devoted to the history of rhetoric are now being published. Throughout, Aristotle's central role has been acknowledged, and
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Named Person: Aristotle.; Aristote.; Aristoteles; Aristoteles; Aristoteles; Aristoteles; Aristoteles; Aristoteles; Aristote / Rhétorique.
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: William W Fortenbaugh; David C Mirhady
ISBN: 156000150X 9781560001508
OCLC Number: 28183624
Language Note: English, Italian, German and French contributions.
Description: viii, 415 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: 1. Ta asteia in Aristotle's Rhetoric: The Disappearance of a Category / Dirk M. Schenkeveld --
2. Theophrastus, The Characters and Rhetoric / William W. Fortenbaugh --
3. Period and Colon: Theory and Example in Demetrius and Longinus / Doreen C. Innes --
4. Aristotle, the Rhetorica ad Alexandrum and the tria genera causarum / David C. Mirhady --
5. Aristotle and Cicero on the officia oratoris / Lucia Calboli Montefusco --
6. Non-Logical Means of Persuasion in Aristotle's Rhetoric and Cicero's De oratore / Eckart Schutrumpf --
7. Epicuro contro Aristotele sulla Retorica / Tiziano Dorandi --
8. The Peripatetic Tradition in the Literary Essays of Dionysius of Halicarnassus / Cecil Wooten --
9. Where Have the Topics Gone? / Jan M. van Ophuijsen --
10. Peripatetic Rhetoric as It Appears (and Disappears) in Quintilian / George A. Kennedy --
11. Quintilian 6.2.8-9: Ethos and Pathos and the Ancient Tradition / William W. Fortenbaugh.
Series Title: Rutgers University studies in classical humanities, v. 6.
Responsibility: edited by William W. Fortenbaugh and David C. Mirhady.
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Presents new insights into the influence of the Peripatetics on Greece and Rome, Syrian and Arabic speakers, Medieval and Renaissance Europe, and the modern international scene. The 19 essays (four  Read more...

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