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Index Admiration, 53-54, 57,116,137, 144-46 Aeneid (Virgil), 76 Alquie, FeHlinand, 90, 185nn.l, 2 Analysis, 35-36, 52, 67, 68,1858611 .9 Apologie de Monsieur de Balzac (Ogier), 11-12, 17,59-60 Aristotle, 7, 90,135,171, 19511.24; on probability, 28, 33, 185n.2 Arnauld, Antoine (see alsoNicole, Pierre; Port-Royalists), 3, 5, 62-87, 197n.6; on accessory ideas, 76-80, 103, 117; on attention , 65-68, 173-74; hostility toward rhetoric, 62-63, 164-65,173-74; and Lamy, 127, 133, 151,152; on language , 73, 7"1-75; and Malebranche , 92, 94, 117; on morality , 84-87; as polemicist and pedagogue, 63-65; on probability , 68-70; on speakers' stance, 71-73; on vivid representation , 80-SI, 19411.16 Al't d' (tgnJer, 82, 138, 139, 140, 170 Assensio, 29, 30, 31, 33, 46, 134, 136, 177 Attention (see also Evidence; Passions ; Will), 4-5, 107-8, 155, 156; ancient views of, 4, 17(J71 ; and Cartesian method, 4, 41-43, 174-75; and Cartesian psychophysiology of the passions , 52-58; and evidence, 4, 39-41,60-(51, 108, 109, 145, 176; and imagination, 48-52, 120, 175, 177; and the Incarnation, Ill, 115, 118, 120,175, 19011.2; Lamy on, 5, 136, 137, 144-47, 158-59, 160-62, 175-77; and Malebranche 's rhetoric of praise, 94, 122-24, 175; modern views of, 171-72; as natural prayer, 5, 108-9, 19211.21; Port-Royalist view of, 66-68, 77-78,79,86-87, 173-74 Augustine, 66, 84, 85, 169, 174; influence Oil Malebranche, 90-92, 106-7, 191-92n.19 Balzac, Jean-Louis Guez de, 625 , 63-64, 170; Descartes' defense of, 11-15,23-24,33,56, 57, 157; divergence from Descartes , 14-19; and l'l!onnele hmmne, 6-9, 11; as modernist, 9-11; on persuasion as call to action, 22-24; on rhetorical education, 19-22 Beck, L. j., 185-86n.9 Berulle, Pierre de, 90, 91 Blanchard, Pierre, 107, 122 Bormann, Dennis,. 166 Bossuet, Jacques-Benignc, 110Ii Bouhours, Domingue, 140 Bray, Rene, 8 205 206 Index Brembeck, W. L., 171-72 Brunschwig, Jacques, 185n.2 Bm/us (Cicero), 7 Calme, Pierre-Alain, 2, 51, 182n.6 Cartesian linguistics (Chomsky), 2, 73 Cartesian rhetorical theory (see also Rhetoric; specific philosophers ), 1-6; VB. classical, 3, 4; and humanism, 176; narrow view of, 168-69; problematic of, 3-5; and rhetoric as an, 177-78; as rhetoric of attention , 4-5, 170-77; as rhetoric of philosophical discourse, 29, 169-70 Charles, Michel, 125 Chomsky, Noam, 2, 73 Cicero, 7, 8, 19,20 Cinquiemes Objections (Gassendi), J73 Cinquiemes Reponses (Descartes), 58 Clerselier, Claude, 89, 90 Cognet, Louis, 189£1.33 Conversations chreliennes (Malebranche ), 91, 94, 110 Cordemoy, Gerauld de, 3 Corneille, Pierre, 56 Croll, Morris, 12 Davidson, Hugh, 3,63, 81 De arte rhetorica (Suarez), 9 Deconstruction, 1-2 De Doc/rina christiana (Augustine ), 106 "De l'Art de persuader" (Pascal), 5, 82-83, 138 "De I'Esprit geometrique" (Pascal ), 81-82, 84 De Magi~tHl (Augustine), 107 De oralore (Cicero), 7 Descartes, Rene, 26-61, 6S, 69, 177, 185n.l; on attention, 3743 ,171,172-73,176;onaudience adaptation, 17, 28-29, 34-37, IS5-S0n.9; and Balzac compared, 7, 9-1 1,14-19; defense of Balzac, 11-15,23-24, 33,56,57, 157; distrust of rhetoric, 1-2,22, 164-G5, IGG; on false vs. authentic eloquence , 58-01; on humans as machines, 44, 98; on imagination , 48-52, 160, 186n.18; influence on Dubois, 170, 174, 196-97n.O; influence on Lamy, 127-28, 134, 135, 151; influence on Malebranche, 89-92, 93, 97, 106, 108, JIG, 120, )91-92n.19; lack of selfconfidence of, 24-25; on language , 5, 73-74, 75, 79, SO, 170; method of, 3-4, 26-28, 41,51, 174; mind/body dualism of, 4, 43-45; on moral certitude , 31-34, 141, 143, 170; and Pascal compared, 5, 8184 ,170, 188n.23, 188-89n.24; on the passions, 52-58, 86, 144; on persuasio and assensio, 29-31, 136; and the Port-Royalists compared, 87; on rhetorical education, 20, 21, 184n.15; on the senses, 40, 45-47; 011 syllogism, 2S, 41-42, 162, 185n.2 De Trinitate (Augustine), 91, 107 Dialectic, 2S, 41-42, IS5n.2 Dionysius of Halicarnassus, 166 Dioptrique (Descartes), 24 Discours de La methode (Descartes), 10, 1~ 20, 21, 26-27, 57; on eloquence, 34, 80-81, lG9...

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