1. Ways of Prediction, Ways of Rhetoric
  2. Philippe-Joseph Salazar
  3. pp. 390-408
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  1. From General History to Philosophy: Black Lives Matter, Late Neoliberal Molecular Biopolitics, and Rhetoric
  2. Barbara A. Biesecker
  3. pp. 409-430
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  1. Rhetoricity at the End of the World
  2. Diane Davis
  3. pp. 431-451
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  1. Zōon Logon Ekhon: (Dis)possessing an Echo of Barbarism
  2. Erik Doxtader
  3. pp. 452-472
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  1. The Post-Truth About Philosophy and Rhetoric
  2. Steve Fuller
  3. pp. 473-482
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  1. Money, Relativism, and the Post-Truth Political Imaginary
  2. Elizabeth S. Goodstein
  3. pp. 483-508
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  1. Heidegger's 1924 Lecture Course on Aristotle's Rhetoric: Key Research Implications
  2. Daniel M. Gross
  3. pp. 509-527
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  1. On Rhetoric and the School of Philosophy Without Tears
  2. Stuart J. Murray
  3. pp. 528-551
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  1. The Greeks, Pragmatism, and the Endless Mediation of Rhetoric and Philosophy
  2. Edward Schiappa
  3. pp. 552-565
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  1. Replicating Reasons: Arguments, Memes, and the Cognitive Environment
  2. Christopher W. Tindale
  3. pp. 566-588
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  1. Feminist Critique and the Realistic Spirit
  2. Linda M. G. Zerilli
  3. pp. 589-611
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  1. Editor's note
  2. p. vi
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  1. Introduction: Philosophy and Rhetoric - Rethinking their Intersections
  2. Gerard A. Hauser
  3. pp. 371-389
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