By Wendy Olmsted, Walter Jost, Charles Altieri, Don H. Bialostosky, Wayne Booth
A significant other to Rhetoric and Rhetorical feedback bargains the 1st significant survey in twenty years of the sphere of rhetorical reviews and of the perform of rhetorical conception and feedback throughout a number disciplines. The contributions are written by means of major students from numerous assorted fields and feature all been especially commissioned for this quantity. They concentrate on particular works, difficulties, or figures, pursuing thought and feedback from an engaged and sensible viewpoint. the quantity additionally contains an summary of rhetorical traditions, offering examples of rhetoric from precedent days to the current day. Designed to be obtainable to a number of scholars and students, A better half to Rhetoric and Rhetorical feedback elaborates in attention-grabbing methods simply what it capacity to ''think like a rhetorician.''
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38). The proper role of the orator, as exemplified by the central thrust of Cleon’s speech, is to use his words to arouse the anger of the audience and to encourage them to act on it. The echoes of Sthenelaidas’ speech at Sparta, discussed above, are apparent enough. Thucydides is presenting here a type of leader, not just a historical individual. In response to Cleon’s rage and invective Thucydides juxtaposes, through the person of an otherwise unknown figure named Diodotus, the anti-demagogic model of oratorical debate as the only possible vehicle for rational calculation of policy and wise governance.
Rather than directly presenting his own account of this process he encapsulates it in a series of speeches and debates. He does this throughout the History, using debates, or in some cases individual speeches, as the main instrument of his analysis. 2003 5:57pm page 26 David Cohen but we can, I believe, be quite confident that they mirror the political and oratorical culture of the period. In Book 1, then, Thucydides first gives an account of a debate at Athens where representatives of Corinth and Corcyra try to persuade the Athenians in regard to the issue of whether or not, with war looming on the horizon, Athens should accept Corcyra into its alliance.
A Companion to Rhetoric and Rhetorical Criticism by Wendy Olmsted, Walter Jost, Charles Altieri, Don H. Bialostosky, Wayne Booth