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The Art of rhetoric

The Art of rhetoric

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Published by Harvard University Press in Cambridge .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rhetoric, Ancient

  • Edition Notes

    StatementAristotle ; with an English translation by John Henry Freese.
    SeriesThe Loeb classical library [no. 193], Loeb classical library -- 193.
    ContributionsFreese, John Henry.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPA3893 R3 1947
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxlvii, 491 p. ;
    Number of Pages491
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15104508M

    The Art of Rhetoric, for the Use of All Such as Are Studious of Eloquence, set forth in English, by Thomas Wilson [] [Books I & II, abridged and modernized] Selected and Edited With an Introduction and Notes by Nicholas Sharp. Prefatory Materials. Dedication: To the Right Honorable Lord, John Dudley. He uses Aristotle’s Rhetoric to explain the nature and the parts of the art to the student and general reader who may not yet be ready to read Aristotle’s treatise itself. After defining and explaining what the art is—and why, counterintuitively, rhetoric is a good thing—the book examines the five subarts of rhetoric: invention.

    Get this from a library! The art of rhetoric. [Aristotle.; Hugh Lawson-Tancred] -- The classic guide to oratorical skill offers discussion of the methods of informal reasoning, an aesthetic evaluation of prose style, and observations on the emotions and character. Like the Politics, Aristotle's Poetics continues to remain a staple of academic study. At the same time, it also requires context, since the genres of literature have expanded and evolved in so many ways. Aristotle treats the principles of creative writing in general, but his primary focus is on tragedy (it is likely that a parallel treatment of comedy has been lost).

    But from ancient times up through the early 20th century, men believed learning the art of rhetoric was a noble pursuit and considered it an essential element of a well-rounded education. They saw rhetoric as a vital tool to teach truth more effectively and as a weapon to protect themselves from those who argued unfairly and for nefarious purposes. From the back cover “The liberal arts of language—grammar, logic, and rhetoric—remain fundamental to a liberal education. Even so, although there are innumerable good introductions to the first two arts, there are fewer ones to rhetoric. Scott Crider remedies this in The Art of Persuasion: Aristotle’s Rhetoric for Everybody by offering a simple, clear introduction [ ].


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