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by A. Thomas Cole
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Category: History & Criticism
Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press (April 1, 1995)
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The Origins of Rhetoric . .has been added to your Cart. Cole sees early Greek rhetoric as largely unsystematic efforts to explore, more by example than by precept, all aspects of discourse.
The Origins of Rhetoric . One might as well term these efforts philosophy as rhetoric, since neither term was current at the time. Series: Ancient Society and History.
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Thomas Cole: The Origins of Rhetoric in Ancient Greece. Ancient Society and History. Pp. xiv + 191. Baltimore and London: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1991. Englefield Green, Surrey.
Destination, rates & speeds. Cole, Thomas (professor Of Greek And Latin, Yale University, Usa); Cole, Thomas. ISBN 10: 0801851181 ISBN 13: 9780801851186.
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This book argues that it is not fair to judge early Greek rhetoric by the standards of Plato and Aristotle. it should be seen, rather, as a series of largely unsystematic efforts to explore, more by example rather than by precept, all aspects of discourse. Johns Hopkins University Press.