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Section One of this essay addresses Patrick Buchanan's political discourse by interweaving traditional rhetorical terms (catachresis, cataplexis, and categorical propositions) with more politically charged terms (specious nomenclature, escalation, and maximalism), hence enabling us to analyze...
The historical and conceptual exclusions of the bourgeois public sphere have prompted theorists to consider alternative models. The three non-deliberative models examined in this article reinscribe the suppression of difference of the bourgeois public sphere. A deliberative model of the public...
Participants kept diaries of arguments that were avoided or cut short, and what tactics were used. We determined if the diarist thought the argument was explicit, if it was destructive, and how the diarist felt about it. We explored whether certain tactics are mostly used for avoidance or for...
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