The Rhetorical AristotleEdit

Aristotle repositioned rhetoric as "a counterpart of dialectic", by defining it a process of discovery of the available means of persuasion in regard to any subject. Like dialectic its subject matter is general; unlike dialectic which moves to refine and reduce belief in order to produce knowledge; rhetoric multiplies arguments in order to produce more belief.

Aristotle's Rhetoric: Outline, E-Texts, and Commentary.

Bibliographies on Aristotle and his Rhetorical IdeasEdit

General Sources on the Rhetorical Aristotle

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