Historical Rhetorics/Rhetoric's Medieval Resurgence
Chapter Eight: Rhetoric's Medieval Resurgence (?)Edit
The title for this week isn't a statement it is a question. Do what extent does Augustine promote rhetoric? The answer to this question, I believe, will be imbricated in the Q Question, to whether rhetoric refers to a reality and transmits Truths already in existence or instantiates reality and transforms our experience of it.
St. Augustine. On Christian Teaching. Trans. and Intro R.P.H. Green. New York, NY: Oxford UP, 1999.Edit
Relevant Secondary Sources
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- Erickson, Keith V. "The Significance of Doctrina in Augustine's De Doctrina Christiana. Rhetoric Society Quarterly 15.3-4 (1985): 105-108.
- Friedman, Alice T. "The Influence of Humanism on the Education of Girls and Boys in Tudor England." History of Education Quarterly 25.1-2 (1985): 57-70.
- Fulkerson, Gerald. "Augustine's Attitude Toward Rhetoric in 'De Doctrina Christiana': the Significance of 2.37.55." Rhetoric Society Quarterly. 15.3/4 (1985): 108-111.]]
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- King, Andrew A. "St. Augustine's Doctrine of Participation As a Metaphysic of Persuasion." Rhetoric Society Quarterly 15.3-4 (1985):112-116.
- Mazzeo, Joseph Anthony. "St. Augustine's Rhetoric of Silence." Journal of the History of Ideas 23 (1962): 175–96.
- Nauert, Charles G., Jr. "The Clash of Humanists and Scholastics: An Approach to Pre-Reformation Controversies." The Sixteenth Century Journal 4.1 (1973): 1-18.
- Schaeffer, John D. “The Dialectic of Orality and Literacy: The Case of Book 4 of Augustine’s De doctrina christiana.” PMLA 111.5 (October 1996): 1133-1145.
- Seigel, JE. ""Civic Humanism" or Ciceronian Rhetoric? The Culture of Petrarch and Bruni." Past and Present 34 (1966): 3-48.
- Stuever, Nancy. "Petrarch's Invective contra medicum: An Early Confrontation of Rhetoric and Medicine." MLN 108.4 (1993) 659-679.
- Tell, David. "Beyond Mnemotechnics: Confession and Memory in Augustine." Philosophy & Rhetoric 39.3 (2006): 233-253.
- Vickers, Brian. "The Recovery of Rhetoric: Petrarch, Eramsus, Perelman." History of the Human Sciences 3.3 (1990): 415-441.
- Wertheimer, Molly, ed. “Panel on the Most Significant Passage in Saint Augustine’s De Doctrina Christiana: Five Nominations.” Rhetoric Society Quarterly 15.3–4 (1985): 101–18.
- Wiethoff, William E. "The Merits of De Doctrina Christiana." Rhetoric Society Quarterly 15.3-4 (1985): 116-119.