Historical Rhetorics/A Little Aristotle and the Other Socrates

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Chapter Five: A Little Aristotle and the Other Socrates[edit]

As there are a number of readings this week, I have tried to post my reading notes for our various texts. Click on the links above.

Relevant Secondary Sources

  • Biescker, Barabara. "Coming to Terms with Recent Attempts to Write Women into the History of Rhetoric." Philosophy and Rhetoric 25.2 (1992):140-161.
  • Benoit, William. "Isocrates and Aristotle on Rhetoric."
  • Fortenbaugh, William W. "Aristotle's Platonic Attitude toward Delivery." Philosophy & Rhetoric 19 (1986): 242-54.
  • Graff, Richard. "Reading and the 'Written Style' in Aristotle's Rhetoric." Rhetoric Society Quarterly 31.4 (Autumn 2001) 19-44.
  • Jacob, Bernard E. “What if Aristotle Took Sophists Seriously? New Readings in Aristotle’s Rhetoric.” Rhetoric Review. 14.2 (Spring 1996): 237-52.
  • Johnstone, Christopher. "Communicating in Classical Contexts: The Centrality of Delivery." Quarterly Journal of Speech 87 (2001): 121-142.
  • Haskins, Ekaterina V. "Philosophy, Rhetoric, and Cultural Memory: Rereading Plato's Menexenus and Isocrates' Panegyricus. RSQ 35.1 (Winter 2005): 25-46.
  • Papillion, Terry. "Isocrates' Techne and Rhetorical Pedagogy." Rhetoric Society Quarterly 25 (1995): 149-163.
  • Papillion, Terry. "Mixed Unities in the Antidosis of Isocrates." Rhetoric Society Quarterly 27 (1997): 47-62.
  • Timmerman, David M. "Isocrates' Competing Conceptualization of Philosophy." Philosophy & Rhetoric (31.2) (1998): 145-159.
  • Walker, Jeffrey. "Aristotle's Lyric: Re-Imagining the Rhetoric of Epideictic Song." College English 51 (1989): 5-28.