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Studies in the rhetoric of science share a common ancestry with studies in epistemic rhetoric, namely, the analysis of arguments. Recognizing this lineage makes it less likely that rhetoric of science will be absorbed by other disciplinary projects. Scientific arguments thematize the pursuit of...
This essay offers a theory of aesthetic knowledge parallel to Robert Scott's theory of ethical knowledge.
This paper argues that Robert Scott's landmark essay, “On Viewing Rhetoric as Epistemic, “sets in motion a constitutive model of rhetorical effectivity. As such, Scott's essay belongs to a disciplinary history that brings forth a central pre-occupation with the ethical problematization of...
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