Making and Unmaking the Prospects for Rhetoric: Selected Papers from the 1996 Rhetoric Society of America Conference

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Works Cited

GENERAL

Johnstone Henry W., Jr. "Some Trends in Rhetorical Theory". The Prospect of Rhetoric. Ed. Lloyd F. Bitzer and Edwin Black. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice, 1971.

Kuhn Thomas. The Structure of Scientific Revolutions. Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1962.


WORKS ILLUSTRATING TRENDS

I. Rhetoric and Deconstruction

Biesecker Barbara. "Rethinking the Rhetorical Situation from Within the Thematic of Différance". Philosophy and Rhetoric (Henceforth "P&R") 22 ( 1989): 110-30.

Farness Jay. "Missing Socrates: Socratic Rhetoric in a Platonic Text". P&R 20 ( 1987): 41-59.

Khushf George. "Grammatacentrism and the Transformation of Rhetoric". P&R 28 ( 1995): 30-44.

Nuyen A. T. "The Role of Rhetorical Devices in Postmodernist Discourse". P&R 25 ( 1992): 183-94.

Rossetti Livio. "The Rhetoric of Socrates". P&R 22 ( 1989): 225-28.

Rossetti Livio. "'If we Link the Essence of Rhetoric with Deception': Vincenzo on Socrates and Rhetoric". P&R 26 ( 1993): 311-21.

Rowland Robert C. "In Defense of Rational Argument: A Pragmatic Justification of Argumentation Theory and Response to the Postmodern Critique". P&R 28 ( 1995): 350-64.

Vincenzo Joseph. "Socrates and Rhetoric: The Problem of Nietzsche's Socrates". P&R 25 ( 1992): 162- 82.


II. Rhetoric and Feminism

Biesecker Barbara. "Coming to Terms with Recent Attempts to Write Women into the History of Rhetoric". P&R 25 ( 1992): 140-61.

Biesecker Barbara. "Negotiating with Our Tradition: Reflecting Again (Without Apologies) on the Feminization of Rhetoric". P&R 26 ( 1993): 236-41.

Campbell Karlyn Kohrs. "Biesecker Cannot Speak for Her Either". P&R 26 ( 1993): 153-59.

Nuyen A. T. "The Rhetoric of Feminist Writings". P&R 28 ( 1995): 69-82.


III. Informal Logic

Broyles James E. "The Fallacies of Composition and Division". P&R 8 ( 1975)" 108-13.

Jacquette Dale. "The Hidden Logic of Slippery Slope Arguments". P&R 22 ( 1989): 59-70.

-----. "Epistemic Blood from Logical Turnips". P&R 22 ( 1989): 203-11.

Johnson Ralph H. "Hamblin on the Standard Treatment". P&R 23 ( 1990): 153-67.

-----. "Acceptance is not Enough: A Critique of Hamblin". P&R 23 ( 1990): 271-87.

-----. "In Response to Walton". P&R 24 ( 1991): 362-66.

Levi Don S. "In Defense of Informal Logic". P&R 20 ( 1987): 227-47.

Sorensen Ray. A. "A Slipping Off the Slippery Slope: A Reply to Professor Jacquette". P&R 22 ( 1989): 195-202.

Suber Peter. "A Case Study in Ad Hominem Argument: Fichte's Science of Knowledge". P&R 23 ( 1990): 12-42.

Van de Dwight Vate Jr. "The Appeal to Force". P&R 8 ( 1975): 43-60.

-----. "Reasoning and Threatening: A Reply to Yoos". P&R 8 ( 1975): 177-79.

Walton Douglas. "Hamblin on the Standard Treatment of Fallacies". P&R 29 ( 1994): 353-61.

Woods John, and Douglas Walton. "Argumentum ad Verecundiam". P&R 7 ( 1994): 135-53.

-----. "Fallaciousness Without Invalidity?" P&R 9 ( 1976): 52-54.

Wreen Michael. "A Bolt of Fear". P&R 22 ( 1989): 131-40.

Yoos George E. "A Critique of Van de Vate's The Appeal to Force.'" P&R 8 ( 1975): 172-76.


IV. The Nature of Argument

Adler Jonathan E. "Even-Arguments, Explanatory Gaps, and Pragmatic Scales". P&R 25 ( 1992): 22- 44.

Reboul Olivier. "Can there be Non-Rhetorical Argumentation?" P&R 21 ( 1988): 220-33.

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