Rhetoric in Western Thought
Rhetoric in Western Thought COMS 3311
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Date Created: 10/22/15
20 Questions on Burke Influence by Marx and Freud Human psyche 3 component w freud He stole from Plato s 3 parts of soul in Phaedrus Idea with false consciousness certain things we can t know with exsitance Someone needs to help us understand Dramatism Pentad What matters most Ratios matter Guild redemption cycle Identifiactoin Consubstantiaton what we aim for Build relationships Alienation guilt Form creation and satification of an appetite Dif types of forms 14 Post Modernism Questions What charactarises them We make our own truth No truth right for everyone Denies essence No exist of individual Act on social forces No text is ever complete Antirational The speakerauthor is not authoritative Audience matters most Leotard PoMo basis is incruduality toward metanarrative any idea that we have a story true for everyone in all places Religion Marxism cap to deal with economics Grand structures to be building ur life Foucault Two terms Power and knowledge Knowledge it is what those in power determine to be true Derrida Language is reflective Infinite regress Language reflects other words Language not reflect ourselves but others PoMo art No PoMo fem 4 Ch 13 Last Chapter Hal s rhetoric And rhetoric and power 12 RSI model Ideas of naming ideology 3 subsystems Naming tends to attaches symbols to things Generate expectancies It categorize things Naming and rhetoric 3 subcomponents Ideology Attention background to other experiences Power degree to which people feel interdependence with others Power share Future choosing Will rogers American dream Need 2 kinds Bio Social construction water air feeling of belongingness Symbolically created things Anomaly gap Feature or mask Why study of rhetoric should or should not be in classes Is it a basic discipline Or the basic study Do away with old stuff Only do PoMo stuff
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