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Rhetorical perspectives on argumentation selected essays

Author: David Zarefsky
Publisher: Heidelberg Springer 2014
Series: Argumentation library, 24
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The essays cohere around 4 general themes: objectives for studying argumentation rhetorically, approaches to rhetorical study of argumentation, patterns and schemes of rhetorical argumentation, and  Read more...

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: David Zarefsky
ISBN: 9783319054841 3319054848 9783319054858 3319054856
OCLC Number: 901601101
Description: 265 p
Contents: Dedication.- Contents.- Acknowledgments.- Introduction.- Part One: Objectives of Studying Argumentation Rhetorically.- 1. Reflections on Making the Case.- 2. Argument as Hypothesis Testing.- 3. Knowledge Claims in Rhetorical Criticism.- 4. What Does an Argument Culture Look Like?.- 5. Reclaiming Rhetoric's Responsibilities.- Part Two: Approaches to Studying Argumentation Rhetorically.- 6. Product, Process, or Point of View?.- 7. Persistent Questions in the Theory of Argument Fields.- 8. Strategic Maneuvering in Political Argumentation.- 9. Taking the Jurisprudential Analogy Seriously.- Part Three: Patterns of Rhetorical Argumentation.- 10. Definitions.- 11. Strategic Maneuvering Through Persuasive Definitions: Implications for Dialectic and Rhetoric.- 12. Felicity Conditions for the Circumstantial Ad Hominem: The Case of Bush v. Gore.- 13. Terrorism and the Argument from Ignorance.- 14. Arguing about Values: The Problem of Public Moral Argument.- 15. The Appeal for Transcendence: A Possible Response to Cases of Deep Disagreement.- Part Four: Analyses of Rhetorical Argumentation.- 16. Conspiracy Arguments in the Lincoln-Douglas Debates.- 17. Turning Points in the Galesburg Debate.- 18. Presidential Rhetoric and the Power of Definition.- 19. The Impasse of the Liberal Argument: Speculation on American Politics in the Late 1960s.- 20. Pragma-Dialectical Analysis of Rhetorical Texts: The Case of Barack Obama in Cairo with Dima Mohammed.
Series Title: Argumentation library, 24
Responsibility: David Zarefsky [edit.].

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