Rhetoric and Pedagogy: Its History, Philosophy, and Practice: Essays in Honor of James J. Murphy

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Subject Index

A
The abuse of casuistry, 278
Academicae epistolae, 216
Academy of Poetry and Music, 220
Alexander of Aphrodisias
In topica, 38
Allegories of reading, 300
Amplification, 88, 201, 209
Anatomy of melancholy, 292
Antirhetoric, 255-256
Aristotle
enthymeme, 19-41
doctrine of truncation, 37, 39
formula predisposition, 37
misperception, 20, 24, 41
Prior analytics, 21, 29
formal completeness, 39
leaden rule, 10
Organon, 8, 26, 37
perfection, 39
syllogism, 40
Poetics, 66
Posterior analytics, 25
Prior analytics, 21-24, 26-28, 35-36, 40
quotations of oratory, 67
Rhetoric, 21, 24-25, 36-40
rhetoric
definition, 143-145
syllogism, 19-41, 28
argumentative form, 28
categorical terms, 29, 33
perfect, 25, 40
Topics, 22, 30, 37, 39
Ars dictaminis, 5
Ars poetica, 5
Ars praedicandi, 5-6
Art, 137-140
conjectural, 140
order of a commonwealth, 248
rhetorical concepts, 259
rhetoric and, 138-140
as second nature, 251
of structure, 248
De arte dicendi, 16
Arte of rhetorique, 243, 246
Les artes poetiques, 5
The art of English poesie, 251
The art of persuasion in Greece, 2
As you like it, 252
Authority, 12
classical, 13
rhetoric and, 65-71

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