1. Rhetoric’s Other: Levinas, Listening, and the Ethical Response
  2. Lisbeth Lipari
  3. pp. 227-245
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  1. William James and the Impetus of Stoic Rhetoric
  2. Scott R. Stroud
  3. pp. 246-268
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  1. Avoiding Deliberative Democracy?: Micropolitics, Manipulation, and the Public Sphere
  2. Alexander Livingston
  3. pp. 269-294
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  1. There is Beauty Here, Too: Aristotle’s Rhetoric for Science
  2. John Poulakos, Nathan Crick
  3. pp. 295-311
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  1. Searching for Boredom in Ancient Greek Rhetoric: Clues in Isocrates
  2. Kristine Bruss
  3. pp. 312-334
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  1. Confessions of a Sometime Opium Eater
  2. Philippe-Joseph Salazar
  3. pp. 335-342
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  1. Plato’s Counterfeit Sophists (review)
  2. Bruce Krajewski
  3. pp. 343-350
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