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In the field of philosophy, Plato's view of rhetoric as a potentially treacherous craft has long overshadowed Aristotle's view, which focuses on rhetoric as an independent discipline that relates in complex ways to dialectic and logic and to ethics and moral psychology. This volume, composed of essays by internationally renowned philosophers and classicists, provides the first extensive examination of Aristotle's Rhetoric and its subject matter in many years. One aim is to locate both Aristotle's treatise and its subject within the more general context of his philosophical treatment of other disciplines, including moral and political theory as well as poetics. The contributors also seek to illuminate the structure of Aristotle's own conception of rhetoric as presented in his treatise.

The first section of the book, which deals with the arguments of rhetoric, contains essays by M. F. Burnyeat and Jacques Brunschwig. A section treating the status of the art of rhetoric features pieces by Eckart Schütrumpf, Jürgen Sprute, M. M. McCabe, and Glenn W. Most. Essays by John M. Cooper, Stephen Halliwell, and Jean-Louis Labarrière address topics related to rhetoric, ethics, and politics. The final section, on rhetoric and literary art, comprises essays by Alexander Nehamas and André Laks.

Originally published in 1994.

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Table of Contents

  1. Cover
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  1. Title Page, Copyright
  2. pp. 2-5
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  1. Contents
  2. pp. 6-7
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  1. Preface
  2. pp. 8-11
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  1. Introduction
  2. pp. 12-17
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  1. Section I
  2. pp. 18-19
  1. Enthymeme: Aristotle on the Logic of Persuasion
  2. M. F. BURNYEAT
  3. pp. 20-73
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  1. Rhetorique et Dialectique
  2. JACQUES BRUNSCHWIG
  3. pp. 74-113
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  1. Section II
  2. pp. 114-115
  1. Some Observations on the Introduction to Aristotle's Rhetoric
  2. ECKART SCHUTRUMPF
  3. pp. 116-133
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  1. Aristotle and the Legitimacy of Rhetoric
  2. JURGEN SPRUTE
  3. pp. 134-145
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  1. Arguments in Context
  2. MARY MARGARET McCABE
  3. pp. 146-183
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  1. The Uses of Endoxa
  2. GLENN W. MOST
  3. pp. 184-207
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  1. Section III
  2. pp. 208-209
  1. Ethical-Political Theory in Aristotle's Rhetoric
  2. JOHN M. COOPER
  3. pp. 210-227
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  1. Popular Morality, Philosophical Ethics, and the Rhetoric
  2. STEPHEN HALLIWELL
  3. pp. 228-247
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  1. L'Orateur Politique Face a Ses Contraintes
  2. JEAN LOUIS LABARRIERE
  3. pp. 248-271
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  1. Section IV
  2. pp. 272-273
  1. Pity and Fear in the Rhetoric and the Poetics
  2. ALEXANDER NEHAMAS
  3. pp. 274-299
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  1. Substitution et Connaissance
  2. ANDRE LAKS
  3. pp. 300-323
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 324-325
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  1. Index Locorum
  2. pp. 326-337
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  1. Index Nominum
  2. pp. 338-339
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Additional Information

ISBN
9781400872879
MARC Record
OCLC
625063821
Pages
340
Launched on MUSE
2016-01-01
Language
English
Open Access
No
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