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Abstract Televised deliberation has been celebrated for its accessibility and derided for its tendency toward spectacle. Deliberative theorists and practitioners seek ways to make deliberation more inclusive because widespread participation facilitates deliberative legitimacy. This analysis...
Abstract In this essay I offer a reconsideration of President George H.W. Bush’s rhetorical campaign for the Gulf War. I argue that Bush’s rhetoric was an instance of simulated atonement—a variant of the atonement rhetorical form. Bush’s use of this form enabled him to both sanitize and ennoble...
Abstract In this essay I critically examine the standard logical approach to analyzing conductive arguments by adding a missing on-balance premise. From a linguistic perspective, I argue that current efforts to justify adding a missing on-balance premise rest on a misconception of the...
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