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RhetoricalHistory

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Transcript of RhetoricalHistory

323BCE
27BCE
1958
507BCE
1549
Rhetoric's History
The Greeks of Rhetoric
Cleisthenes
Zeno of Elea
Protagoras of Abdera
Cicero's Hellenistic Rhetoric
Imperial & Medieval Rhetoric
Quintillian -
Institutio Oratoria
, Pedagogue
Augustine -
De Doctrina Christiana
Ars Praedicandi et Ars Dictaminis
Renaissance Rhetoric: Republics and a Culture of Letters
Desiderius Erasmus -
de Copia
A Modern Science and Taste
Most philosophers champion science and "plain speaking," eschewing most forms of rhetoric.


Democratic Eloquence
British Parliamentary Debates and Early American Pamphlets
John Adams
Debating Societies & Lyceum
John Dewey
Postmodernism and Mass Media
Marxist tradition questions capitalism, markets, and alienated/mediated society that results from circulation and mechanical/digital reproduction; studies of nationalist and corporate propaganda; rhetorical criticism as advocacy.
Feminist and queer tradition questions rhetoric's history to empower women and marginal speakers.
Post-colonial, international, and border rhetorics study non-Western texts, gleen communication insights from non-Western cultures, and challenge the Western boundaries,
Term "rhetoric" replaced by "Communication" to fit university's new economic agendas.
Stuart Hall and cultural studies fit rhetorical theories to new media contexts.
Pericles/Aspasia
Gorgias of Leontini
Isocrates
Socrates/Plato
Aristotle of Stagira
http://www.theonion.com/article/historians-admit-to-inventing-ancient-greeks-18209
Terms:
Kairos and Phronesis
Demokratia: Isonomia & Isagoria
Ekklesia, Boule, Dikasteria
Enkuklios Paideia
Logos: Dialectic and Rhetoric
Doxa/Episteme
Sophist and Philosopher
Epideictic/Forensic/Deliberative
Pathos/Ethos/(Logos)
Syllogism & Enthymeme as Deductive Reasoning
Example and Generalization as Inductive Reasoning
Terms:
Prudentia et Decorum
Republica, ius natura
Senatus Populusque Romanus
Artes Liberales
Ratio: Sermo et Elocutio
Vir Bonus Dicendi Peritus
Eloquentia et Sapientia
http://www.theonion.com/graphic/guy-in-rome-does-as-the-tourists-do-9589
Giambattista Vico -
sensus communis, ricorso
in trope
Bulwer's
Chironomia
(1644)
Scottish Enlightenment - Cultivation of "taste" central to good society in
Hugh Blair's
Lectures on Rhetoric and Belles Lettres

Five landmark works on Argument, Communicative Action, and Rhetoric published.
Ramus "splits" rhetoric.
Roman Empire officially begins. Cicero died in 43 BCE for opposing the empire.
Death of Aristotle and Alexander the Great, marking the decline of the Macedonian Empire and beginning of the Hellenistic period.
Democratic reforms of Athens. Corax and Tisias perhaps "started rhetoric."
De Inventione, 12th century
Zaluski Manuscripts
National Library of Russia

Ecology/Attunement?
Non-human?
Circulation?
Affect?
Framing?

Burke!
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