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Table of Contents

Preface  xi

1          An Overview of Rhetoric

Rhetoric and Persuasion

Defining Rhetoric

Rhetorical Discourse

Social Functions of the Art Of Rhetoric

Conclusion

Questions for Review

Questions for Discussion

Terms

2          The Origins and Early History of Rhetoric

The Rise of Rhetoric in Ancient Greece

The Sophists

Two Influential Sophists

Gorgias

Protagoras

Isocrates: A Master of Rhetoric

Aspasia’s and Athenian Rhetoric

Conclusion

Questions for Review

Questions for Discussion

Terms

3          Plato versus the Sophists: Rhetoric on Trial

Plato’s Gorgias: Rhetoric On Trial

Rhetoric in Plato’s Phaedrus: A True Art?

Conclusion

Questions for Review

Questions for Discussion

Terms

4          Aristotle on Rhetoric

Aristotle’s Definitions of Rhetoric

Three Rhetorical Settings

The Artistic Proofs

The Topoi: Lines of Argument

Aristotle on Style

Conclusion

Questions for Review

Questions for Discussion

Terms

5          Rhetoric at Rome

Roman Society and the Place of Rhetoric

The Rhetorical Theory of Cicero

Quintilian

Rhetoric and the Good Citizen

Longinus: On the Sublime

Rhetoric in the Later Roman Empire

Conclusion

Questions for Review

Questions for Discussion

Terms

6          Rhetoric in Christian Europe

Rhetoric in the Early Middle Ages

The Art of Poetry

Conclusion

Questions for Review

Questions for Discussion

Terms

7          Rhetoric in the Renaissance

Features of Renaissance Rhetoric

Women and Renaissance Rhetoric

Italian Humanism

Rhetoric and  Renaissance Art

The Turn Toward Dialectic: Rhetoric and its Critics

Renaissance Rhetoric in Britain

Conclusion

Questions for Review

Questions for Discussion

Terms

8          Enlightenment Rhetorics

Margaret Cavendish

Vico and the Rhetoric and Human Thought

British Rhetorics in the Eighteenth Century

Richard Whately’s Classical Rhetoric

Conclusion

Questions for Review

Questions for Discussion

Terms

9          Contemporary Rhetoric I: Arguments, Audiences,

and Advocacy

Argumentation and Rational Discourse

Perelman And Olbrechts-Tyteca: A New Rhetoric

Jurgen Habermas on a Rational Society

The Rhetoric of Science

Critical Response

Conclusion

Questions for Review

Questions for Discussion

Terms

10        Contemporary Rhetoric II: Context, Story, Display

Rhetoric in its Social Context

Kenneth Burke and Rhetoric as Symbolic Action

Lloyd Bitzer and Rhetoric as Situational

Rhetoric and Narration

Mikhail Bakhtin

Wayne Booth and the Rhetoric of Fiction

The Rhetoric of Display

Conclusion

Questions for Review

Questions for Discussion

Terms

11        Contemporary Rhetoric III: Texts, Power, and Alternatives

Postmodern Criticism

Feminism and Rhetoric: Critique and Reform

Comparative Rhetoric

Conclusion

Questions for Review

Questions for Discussion

Terms

Glossary

Bibliography

Index.