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Daily Archives: July 13, 2010
1. Yesterday, I finished George Kennedy’s New History of Classical Rhetoric. On pages 282-283, Kennedy discusses the Christian Boethius, who distinguished between dialectic and rhetoric. For Boethius, “Dialectic examines theses, that is general propositions; rhetoric investigates and discusses hypotheses or … Continue reading