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6 - Rhetoric

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  18 June 2021

Stephen Pihlaja
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Newman University
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Introduces rhetoric, discussing how the long history of the study of rhetoric from Plato to the present day has developed tools that can be used to understand contemporary readings and uses of sacred texts, specifically as a part of political speech.

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