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  1. Quentin Skinner's Rhetoric of Conceptual Change.Kari Palonen - 1997 - History of the Human Sciences 10 (2):61-80.
  • Early Greek Probability Arguments and Common Ground in Dissensus.Manfred Kraus - unknown
    The paper argues that the arguments from probability so popular in early Greek rhetoric and oratory essentially operate by appealing to common positions shared by both speaker and audience. Particularly in controversial debate provoked by fundamental dissensus they make their claim acceptable to the audience by pointing out a basic coherence or congruence of the speaker’s narrative with the audience’s own pre-established standards or standards of knowledge.
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