The Rhetoric of Time and Time of Rhetoric

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    This chapter explores how rhetoric employs the concept of history. On the basis of the theory of time in the rhetorical situation the paper argues that rhetorical analysis has not yet fully applied the notion of time and history to itself. Giving the example Horatio Nelson's last words, the chapter indicates how a truly historical conception of rhetorical theory maybe developed.
    Originele taal-2English
    TitelTheories of History
    SubtitelHistory Read accross the Humanities
    RedacteurenMichael J. Kelly, Arthur Rose
    Plaats van productieLondon
    UitgeverijBloomsbury Academic
    Aantal pagina's23
    ISBN van elektronische versie978-1-4742-7131-8
    ISBN van geprinte versie978-1-4742-7130-1
    StatusPublished - 17-mei-2018

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