Aristotle and the tradition of rhetorical argumentation

Argumentation 6 (3):291-296 (1992)

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The first part of this paper contends that argumentation is central and essential to Aristotle's Rhetoric, and recounts a number of arguments in support of that view, particularly the recognition that deliberative rhetoric or the rhetoric of counsel is the primary concern of Aristotle's work. The second part of the paper reviews the work that follows in this present volume to show that the other writers' views fit in perfectly with this thesis
Keywords argumentation  the rhetoric of counsel  deliberative rhetoric  enthymeme  example (paradigm)
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DOI 10.1007/BF00154694
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