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Rhetoric - Review for final Terms Campbell Campbells...

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Review for final Terms Campbell Campbell’s definition of eloquence Intuitive evidence Deductive evidence Sarah Grimké Letters on the Equality of the Sexes Douglass Slave Narrative Burke Bakhtin Identification Moralization Terministic Screens Foucault Orders of Discourse Nakayama Recentering of white heterosexual masculinity Flores Discursive space Rhetoric of difference hooks “Oppressor’s language” Gates Jr. Signification/signification Possible shorter or longer essay questions Sarah Grimké and Fredrick Douglass both faced profound difficulties as rhetoricians. What were the historical and cultural difficulties each faced in speaking? How did they confront these difficulties in their rhetorical practice? How did their rhetorical performances shape the history of rhetoric? How do the rhetorical peformances of Grimké and Douglass enable the work of theorists like Flores, hooks, Gates Jr. and Nakayama? George Campbell, in his Philosophy of Rhetoric , differentiated between intuitive and deductive evidence. What is the difference between the two? He also argues that there are two forms of deductive evidence. What are these two forms? How are they different? Why are these distinctions so important to Campbell and to the theory of rhetoric? What place in rhetorical theory, if any, did Campbell give to religious or moral argument?
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