Category Archives: Classical Rhetoric

debate competitions changing…

This LA Times article is quite interesting. Jim at Blogora asks if this new debate is a good or bad thing. I might say both, but I’m going to lean towards good. Here’s an excerpt from the article: In recent … Continue reading

Posted in Agonism in Display, Arguments (nature of?), Classical Rhetoric, Uncategorized | 3 Comments

Aristotelian argument due tomorrow

Tonight I have to write a rough draft to 6-page Aristotelian argument. I’ve never had to write a paper with such format before (other than sometimes with specific headings that were easy to follow and fill in the blanks). This … Continue reading

Posted in Classical Rhetoric, Writing 593 Rhetorical Tradition (Winter 2006) | 1 Comment