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Classical rhetoric

Classical rhetoric  

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Historically defined, is the total record—many thousands of printed pages—of Greek and Roman rhetorical teaching and practice from the time of the Homeric and Hesiodic epics to that of the ...
Ethos

Ethos  

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From its inception, classical rhetoric has grounded persuasion upon a speaker's knowledge of the varieties and complexities of human character. [See Classical rhetoric.] This knowledge enables the ...
Renaissance rhetoric

Renaissance rhetoric  

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[This entry comprises four articles.An overviewRederijkersRhetoric in Renaissance language and literatureRhetoric in the age of Reformation and Counter-ReformationThe first article outlines the ...

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