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Mendelson's Many Sides: A Protagorean Approach to the Theory, Practice, and Pedagogy of Argument

Christopher W. Tindale
2003 Informal Logic  
and argues that it is "an instructive precedent for a dialogical approach to contemporary argumentation" (45), and a fitting addition to the contemporary classroom.  ...  clues and strains of theory from the remnants and implications of what we do have.  ...  precedent for a dialogical approach to contemporary argumentation" (45), and a fitting addition to the contemporary classroom.  ... 
doi:10.22329/il.v23i2.2167 fatcat:6cjdejs2yjc5hgptzsuh7gaocq

Switch-Side Debating Meets Demand-Driven Rhetoric of Science

Gordon R. Mitchell
2010 Rhetoric & Public Affairs  
, inform argumentation studies, and suggest new avenues of inquiry in rhetorical theory and practice.  ...  In the contemporary milieu, dissoi logoi receives concrete expression in the tradition of intercollegiate switch-side debating, a form of structured argumentation categorized by some as a cultural technology  ...  , inform argumentation studies, and suggest new avenues of inquiry in rhetorical theory and practice.  ... 
doi:10.1353/rap.0.0134 fatcat:nv2zpfbc6barbivegra7q5huse

Page 187 of Folklore Vol. 116, Issue 2 [page]

2005 Folklore  
Many Sides: A Protagorean Approach to the Theory, Practice, and Pedagogy of Argument. Dordercht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2002. Ono, Kent, and John Sloop. “The Critique of Vernacular Discourse.”  ...  “Generative Rhetoric and Public Argument: A Classical Approach.” irgumentation and Advocacy 33 (1997): 109-19.  ... 

Seven posers in the constructivist classroom

Ben Kotzee
2010 London Review of Education  
In this article, I maintain that constructivism as a theory of knowledge and constructivism as pedagogy are distinct and that the question of what constructivism about knowledge implies for teaching is  ...  In education, 'constructivism' constitutes the 'grand unified theory' of the moment.  ...  It is this relation that I shall seek to address here. The point I hope to make is that constructivism as a theory of knowledge is the wrong theory of knowledge for a realistic teaching practice.  ... 
doi:10.1080/14748460.2010.487340 fatcat:62kn2shh5bcllkfatht2wpiufm

Rhetoric Achieves Nature. A View from Old Europe

Philippe-Joseph Salazar
2007 Philosophy & Rhetoric  
I would like to quote a well-known example used by Frege to illustrate the difference between Sinn and Bedeutung, as a point of departure for this essay: Venus is the morning star and the evening star?  ...  Rationality is bound by the "addressed" nature of arguments that, prudentially, make our civil life bearable or, at the very least, less beastly, and help believers in the morning star to live side by  ...  The despairing side of this game is that republics that wish to embody the lessons of the eighteenth century, and to a different degree non-republican Western democracies, live a life whereby the political  ... 
doi:10.5325/philrhet.40.1.0071 fatcat:p6aw52zrdza57otrwl2dbv34dq

'Care' and Wider Ethical Issues

Paul Smeyers
1999 Journal of Philosophy of Education  
The considerations that are discussed generate not only a different way to conceive practices in society but also a theory that transcends the way theory and practice are usually diametrically opposed.  ...  The paper will now turn to the kind of practice and theory that is envisaged in the care perspective.  ... 
doi:10.1111/1467-9752.00133 fatcat:duhcpz4xlbdtrkrjnvvrufojw4

Troubled Freedom, Rhetorical Personhood, and Democracy's Ongoing Constitution

Ira J. Allen
2015 Journal for the History of Rhetoric  
This article examines the understanding of freedom particular to rhetorical theory, a troubled freedom that is the negotiation of constraint.  ...  Given that human personhood is a rhetorical phenomenon, that persons emerge in flows of tendentious discourse, the article urges a rhetorical approach to democratic constitution writing.  ...  sticks to the personal demand and leaves (Manin's) questions of institution building to the side.  ... 
doi:10.5325/jhistrhetoric.18.2.0195 fatcat:zgexcks74ravjfnfuhnc3sco7y

Bibliographie sélective annotée des publications en langue anglaise sur la rhétorique, la critique rhétorique et l'argumentation

Michael Leff, Steven R. Edscorn
2009 Argumentation et Analyse du Discours  
Many Sides : A Protagorean Approach to the Theory, Practice, and Pedagogy of Argument ( Aspects multiples : une approche protagorienne de la théorie, de la pratique et de la pédagogie de l’argumentation  ...  “Coming to Grips with Strategic Maneuvering in Argumentative Practice” (« S’attaquer à l’ajustement stratégique dans la pratique argumentative ») Reason Reclaimed. Essays in Honor of J.  ... 
doi:10.4000/aad.497 fatcat:v6y6izngtvb5plfozslx4tyqxa

A Theory of Vernacular Rhetoric: The Case of the "Sinner's Prayer" Online

Robert Glenn Howard
2005 Folklore  
Many Sides: A Protagorean Approach to the Theory, Practice, and Pedagogy of Argument. Dordercht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2002. Ono, Kent, and John Sloop. “The Critique of Vernacular Discourse.”  ...  “Generative Rhetoric and Public Argument: A Classical Approach.” irgumentation and Advocacy 33 (1997): 109-19. 188 Robert Glenn Howard Biographical Note Robert Glenn Howard received his MA from the Folklore  ... 
doi:10.1080/00155870500140214 fatcat:677get3gvraixnercj7lcecn4e

Toward an Asian American Legal Scholarship: Critical Race Theory, Post-Structuralism, and Narrative Space

Robert S. Chang
1993 California Law Review  
A direct refutation of their argument, by positing the existence of a different voice for women and people of color, would be subject to charges of essentialism, which many feminists and critical race  ...  I now tend to think that theory itself, at least as it is usually practiced, may be one of the patriarchal gestures women and men ought to avoid.  ...  the JACL adopted redress as its priority issue and sought a "$25,000 compensation figure plus the creation of a Japanese American Foundation to serve as a trust for funds to be used for the benefit of  ... 
doi:10.2307/3480919 fatcat:t6qs54uzjfamhntjp2udeaiw3e

Philosophical Readings XI.2 Special Issue: The Sophistic Renaissance: Authors, Texts, Interpretations

Katinis, Teodoro (guest ed.)
2019 Zenodo  
Proceedings of "The Sophistic Renaissance: Authors, Texts, Interpretations" Conference  ...  But the unquestionable influence of the larger Protagorean theory of opposed logoi to be used as an intellectual tool of information management is a significant innovation. 18 Still, nothing in Manutius  ...  groundwork of Erasmus' pedagogy.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.2555151 fatcat:vmyzc2qcmjgnjgpki46zlzh3my

Philosophical Readings XI.2 Special Issue: The Sophistic Renaissance: Authors, Texts, Interpretations

Katinis, Teodoro (guest ed.)
2019 Zenodo  
Proceedings of "The Sophistic Renaissance: Authors, Texts, Interpretations" Conference  ...  But the unquestionable influence of the larger Protagorean theory of opposed logoi to be used as an intellectual tool of information management is a significant innovation. 18 Still, nothing in Manutius  ...  groundwork of Erasmus' pedagogy.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.2554142 fatcat:nx265drkcjd7tgjihj7s7aih4q

UKnowledge Perception and Judgment in Plato' s Theaetetus

Paul Dirado
unpublished
of this interpretive approach to the text as the only dialectical and thus philosophically responsible approach to argumentation. 21 My reading of the dialogue will therefore attempt to embody this command  ...  The sides of the second square are commensurate with the sides of the first square, as the sides have a ratio of √1: √4 or of 1:2.  ... 
fatcat:7lj4cvpobvdixj5klqe4szjvby

Critique and enlightenment: Leonard Nelson on Socratic method and the shared project of Kant and Plato

Blaise W. Cameron
2021
proceed according to a pure, rational basis reached through the practice of philosophy.  ...  In this thesis I examine Leonard Nelson's (1882-1927) theory of Socratic method as a lesser-known contribution to Neo-Kantian literature on the relationship between Kant and Plato.  ...  I would like to thank the School of Graduate Studies for the financial support I received during the research and writing of this thesis, which could not have been pursued to the fullest otherwise.  ... 
doi:10.48336/hvh3-2342 fatcat:6kpfjmmr4rdmdnm4ogb74olkwy

Collegiate Debating Societies in New Zealand: The Role of Discourse in an Inter-Colonial Setting, 1878-1902 [article]

Bettina Kaiser, University Of Canterbury
2010
In order to understand this relation of real and ideal in nineteenth-century discourse, Habermas's theory of communicative action helps to identify levels of interaction that reveal the social structure  ...  Due to the lack of rhetorical research in New Zealand, American scholarship on literary and debating societies in the Gilded Age era provide a frame of reference for this study. Th [...]  ...  His books on rhetorical theory were exemplary of a thoroughly practical approach embedded in scientific psychology.  ... 
doi:10.26021/4292 fatcat:iuu2jhwapjcsfamfzko64brjre
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