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Rhetoric & Public Affairs is an interdisciplinary journal devoted to the history, theory, and criticism of public discourse. Published quarterly, the journal explores the traditional arenas of rhetorical investigation including executive leadership, diplomacy, political campaigns, judicial and legislative deliberations, and public policy debate. Critical, analytical, or interpretive essays that examine particular instances of symbolic inducement in any historical period are welcome. Of special interest are manuscripts that explore the nexus of rhetoric, politics, and ethics-the worlds of persuasion, power, and social values as they meet in the crucible of public debate and deliberation.
published byMichigan State University Press
viewing issueVolume 5, Number 1, Spring 2002
Table of Contents
- Gnostic Scientism and the Prohibition of Questions
- pp. 133-157
- DOI: 10.1353/rap.2002.0013
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