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characters Rhetoric Reclaimed Aristotle and the Liberal Arts Tradition Rhetoric and Society Series Free download ☆ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB æ Janet M. Atwill Janet M. Atwill æ 7 Download Ears both in literary texts dating back to the seventh century BCE and in medical and technical treatises from the fifth century BCE Atwill examines these traditions together with sophistic and platonic conceptions and considers the commentaries on Aristotle's Rhetoric by E M Cope and William S J Grimaldi where the concepts of techne and productive knowledge disappear in the modern opposition between theory and practice Since models of knowledge are closely tied to mo.

Free download ☆ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB æ Janet M. AtwillRhetoric Reclaimed Aristotle and the Liberal Arts Tradition Rhetoric and Society Series

characters Rhetoric Reclaimed Aristotle and the Liberal Arts Tradition Rhetoric and Society Series Free download ☆ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB æ Janet M. Atwill Janet M. Atwill æ 7 Download Dels of subjectivity Atwill's examination of techne also explores the role of political economic and educational institutions in standardizing a specific model for subjectivity She argues that the liberal arts traditions largely eclipsed the social and political functions of rhetoric transforming it from an art of disrupting and reinventing lines of power to a discipline of producing a normative subject defined by virtue but modeled on a specific gender and class type.

Janet M. Atwill æ 7 Download

characters Rhetoric Reclaimed Aristotle and the Liberal Arts Tradition Rhetoric and Society Series Free download ☆ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB æ Janet M. Atwill Janet M. Atwill æ 7 Download Thoroughly embedded in postmodern theory this book offers a critiue of traditional conceptions of the liberal arts exploring the challenges posed by cultural diversity to the aims and methods of a humanist education Janet M Atwill investigates a neglected tradition of rhetoric exemplified by Protagoras and Isocorates and preserved in Aristotle's Rhetoric This tradition she argues was rooted in the ancient conception of techne or productive knowledge a concept that app.

  • Hardcover
  • 235
  • Rhetoric Reclaimed Aristotle and the Liberal Arts Tradition Rhetoric and Society Series
  • Janet M. Atwill
  • English
  • 18 September 2020
  • 9780801432637