Plato: Gorgias and Aristotle: Rhetoric

Plato: Gorgias and Aristotle: Rhetoric

by Plato, Aristotle
     
 


English translations of "Gorgias" and "Rhetoric", which, by juxtaposing the two texts, creates an interesting “conversation”: Plato’s questioning of what is problematic in rhetoric and Aristotle’s response on what makes rhetoric useful. With notes, introduction and glossary.See more details below

Overview


English translations of "Gorgias" and "Rhetoric", which, by juxtaposing the two texts, creates an interesting “conversation”: Plato’s questioning of what is problematic in rhetoric and Aristotle’s response on what makes rhetoric useful. With notes, introduction and glossary.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781585102990
Publisher:
Hackett Publishing Company, Inc.
Publication date:
10/15/2008
Series:
Focus Philosophical Library
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
298
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.90(d)

Table of Contents

Introduction 1

The Gorgias of Plato 29

Introductory conversation (447A-448C) 30

Socrates and Gorgias (448D-461B) 32

Socrates and Polus (461B-481B) 45

Callicles' interruption and speech (481B-486D) 68

Socrates and Callicles (486D-523A) 74

Socrates' concluding speech (523A-527E) 116

The Rhetoric of Aristotle 121

Chapter Summaries 121

Book I: (Rhetorical speech: its nature, its kinds, and the opinions it is based on) 133

Book II: (Design of speeches: passions and predispositions of audiences and techniques of argument) 189

Book III: (Presentation in speaking: wording and arrangement) 247

Glossary 285

Index 291

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