Sophistical Rhetoric in Classical Greece

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Sophistical Rhetoric in Classical Greece - Poulakos, John

Poulakos offers a new conceptualization of sophistry, explaining its direction and shape as well as the reasons why Plato, Isocrates, and Aristotle found it objectionable. He argues that a proper understanding of sophistical rhetoric requires a grasp of three cultural dynamics of the fifth century B.C.: the logic of circumstances, the ethic of ... Read More

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