In this Issue
Philosophy and Rhetoric is dedicated to publication of high-quality articles involving the relationship between philosophy and rhetoric. It has a longstanding commitment to interdisciplinary scholarship and welcomes all theoretical and methodological perspectives that advance the journal's mission. Philosophy and Rhetoric invites articles on such topics as the relationship between logic and rhetoric, the philosophical aspects of argumentation (including argumentation in philosophy itself), philosophical views on the nature of rhetoric held by historical figures and during historical periods, psychological and sociological studies of rhetoric with a strong philosophical emphasis, and philosophical analyses of the relationship to rhetoric of other areas of human culture and thought, political theory and law.
published byPenn State University Press
viewing issueVolume 53, Number 4, 2020
Table of Contents
- Rhetoric by Accident
- pp. 353-376
Special Section: Developments in Dissociation
- A Theory of Fan-Type Dissociation
- pp. 433-449
- Books of Interest
- pp. 482-488
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