A Revolution in Tropes: Alloiostrophic Rhetoric by Jane S. Sutton,Mari Lee Mifsud

By Jane S. Sutton,Mari Lee Mifsud

A Revolution in Tropes is a groundbreaking learn of rhetoric and tropes. Theorizing new methods of seeing rhetoric and its dating with democratic deliberation, Jane Sutton and Mari Lee Mifsud discover and reveal alloiōsis as a trope of distinction, exception, and radical otherness. Their argument facilities on Aristotle’s concept of rhetoric via specific tropes of similarity that sustained a imaginative and prescient of civic discourse yet while underutilized tropes of distinction. whilst this imaginative and prescient is revolutionized, democratic deliberation can practice and enhance its ends of equality, justice, and freedom. Marie-Odile N. Hobeika and Michele Kennerly sign up for Sutton and Mifsud in pushing the bounds of rhetoric by means of attractive rhetoric alloiostrophically. Their collective efforts paintings to demonstrate the probabilities of what rhetoric could be. A Revolution in Tropes will entice students of rhetoric, philosophy, and communication

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