Outline_Renaissance_and_Enlight

Outline_Renaissance_and_Enlight - 1. Francis Bacon logic is...

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UNIT 3: RENAISSANCE AND ENLIGHTENMENT RHETORIC RENAISSANCE RHETORICAL THEORY 1400-1600 Scholasticism : Greek rhetorical literature Humanism Agricola “Progymnasmata of Aphthonius”   “De Inventione Dialecta” Teachable method Erasmus   De Copia  –   English schools    Ramus   1
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Dialectique   Scientific logic Other types of logic Educational Reforms    3 criticisms   Thomas Wilson   The Arte of Rhetorique Abraham Fraunce   The Arcadian Rhetorike Two kinds of science:
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Unformatted text preview: 1. Francis Bacon logic is the art of learned inquiry and rhetoric is the art of inventing the materials needed for instruction and argument. Advancement of Learning (1605) faculties of the mind . 2 reason imagination memory will definition of rhetoric : Novum Organum the 4 idols . Ren Descartes Discourse on Method , 1637 Study method: Rhetorical Shift after this period: 3...
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