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Overview

The evolutionary nature of what is called the New Rhetorics both sustains and hinders rhetoric as a discipline. This original collection aims to locate and extend the various perceptions of the New Rhetorics in order to fully apply their richness and utility to composition studies and related disciplines. The contributors have provided a wide-ranging overview of contemporary rhetoric including perceptions of rhetoric as they pertain to argument, metaphor, ethics, philosophy, science, technology, linguistics, gender, cognitive studies, culture and literary theory.

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Table of Contents

Introduction
PART ONE: THE NATURES OF THE NEW RHETORICS
A Contention Over the Term - Charles Bazerman
Rhetoric
Viewing the Dawns of Our Past Days Again - Richard Leo Enos
Classical Rhetoric as Reconstructive Literacy
Some Issues in Dating the Birth of the New Rhetoric in Departments of English - Richard Young and Maureen Daly Goggin
A Contribution to a Developing Historiography
Rhetoric and Composition Studies - Janice M Lauer
Multimodal Discipline
Writing the New Rhetoric of Scholarship - Louise Wetherbee Phelps
Rhetoric and Community - Carolyn R Miller
The Problem of the One and the Many
From Rhetoric Into Other Studies - Jim W Corder
PART TWO: IMPLICATIONS AND APPLICATIONS OF THE NEW RHETORICS
Further Thoughts on the End of Rhetoric - S Michael Halloran
Rhetoric is Epistemic - Robert L Scott
What Difference Does That Make?
Poststructuralism, Semiotics and Social-Epistemic Rhetoric - James A Berlin
Converging Agendas
Expressive Rhetoric - Christopher C Burnham
A Source Study
Cognitive Rhetoric - Linda Flower
Inquiry Into the Art of Inquiry
A Rhetoric of Bumper-Stickers - Reed Way Dasenbrock
What Analytic Philosophy Can Contribute to a New Rhetoric
Developing a Postmodern Ethics of Rhetoric and Composition - James E Porter
Newsweek - Richard Fulkerson
'My Turn' Columns and the Concept of Rhetorical Genre
A Preliminary Study

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