6 edition of Renaissance rhetoric found in the catalog.
James Jerome Murphy
Includes bibliographies and indexes.
|Statement||compiled by James J. Murphy ; produced with the technical assistance of Kevin P. Roddy.|
|Series||Garland reference library of the humanities ; v. 237|
|LC Classifications||Z7004.R5 M873 1981, PN185 M873 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 353 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||353|
|LC Control Number||80008501|
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The Renaissance Rhetoric Short Title Catalogue, now provides those primary printed sources, with 1, authors and 3, rhetorical titles in 12, printings, published in towns and cities by 3, printers and publishers from Finland to Mexico prior to The catalogue is presented in alphabetical order by author surnames Cited by: 6.
The expression Renaissance rhetoric refers to the study and practice of rhetoric from approximately to Scholars generally agree that the rediscovery of numerous important manuscripts of classical rhetoric (including Cicero's De Oratore) marked the beginnings of Renaissance rhetoric in : Richard Nordquist.
This is the first comprehensive History of Renaissance Rhetoric. Rhetoric, a training in writing and delivering speeches, was a fundamental part of renaissance culture and education. It is concerned with a wide range of issues, connected with style, argument, self-presentation, the arousal of emotion, voice and gesture.
More than 3, works on rhetoric were published in a total of o Translating Nature into Art: Holbein, the Reformation, and Renaissance Rhetoric [Nuechterlein, Jeanne] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Translating Nature into Art: Holbein, the Reformation, and Renaissance RhetoricCited by: 5.
This book provides examples of the best modern scholarship on rhetoric in the renaissance. Lawrence Green, Lisa Jardine, Kees Meerhoff, Dilwyn Knox, Brian Vickers, George Hunter, Peter Mack, David Norbrook and Pat Rubin look at the reception of Aristotle's Rhetoric in the renaissance; the place of rhetoric in Erasmus's career, Melanchthon's teaching, and sixteenth century Author: Peter Mack.
Renaissance rhetoric. [Peter Mack;] Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rhetoric and Renaissance Drama \/ George K. Hunter -- 7. Rhetoric in Use: Three Romances by Greene and Lodge \/ Peter Mack -- 8.
Rhetoric, Ideology and the Elizabethan World Picture \/ David Norbrook -- 9. This book provides examples of the best modern scholarship on rhetoric in the renaissance. Lawrence Green, Lisa Jardine, Kees Meerhoff, Dilwyn Knox, Brian Vickers, George Hunter, Peter Mack, David Norbrook and Pat Rubin look at the reception of Aristotle's Rhetoric in the renaissance; the place of rhetoric in Erasmus's career, Melanchthon's teaching, and sixteenth century protestant schools.
Throughout the European Renaissance, authors famous and obscure debated the nature, goals, and value of rhetoric. In a host of treatises, handbooks, letters, and orations, written in both Latin and the vernacular, they attempted to assess the central role that rhetoric clearly played in their culture.
Was rhetoric a valuable tool of legitimation for rulers or a dangerous instrument of. Renaissance Rhetoric This book provides examples of the best modern scholarship on rhetoric in the renaissance.
Lawrence Green, Lisa Jardine, Kees Meerhoff, Dilwyn Knox, Brian Vickers, George Hunter, Peter Mack, David Norbrook and Pat Rubin look at the reception of Aristotle's Rhetoric. As one modern scholar [Richard McKeon] has said in relation to rhetoric, 'in terms of a single subject matter--such as style, literature, discourse--it has no history during the middle ages.'" (James J.
Murphy, Rhetoric in the Middle Ages: A History of Rhetorical Theory from St. Augustine to the Renaissance. University of California Press, )Author: Richard Nordquist. This book presents a new interpretation of the two most innovative works in the Renaissance on the use of language, Lorenzo Valla's Repastinatio dialecticae et philosophiae () and Rudolph Agricola's De inventione dialectica ().
Mack attempts to find a path through the controversies which have recently raged around Valla's work, acknowledging the originality and skill of his attack on. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Beitr. teilw. dt., teilw.
engl., teilw. franz. - Literaturangaben: Description: VIII, Seiten. The Book of the Courtier (Italian: Il Cortegiano [il korteˈdʒaːno]) by Baldassare Castiglione, is a lengthy philosophical dialogue on the topic of what constitutes an ideal courtier or (in the third chapter) court lady, worthy to befriend and advise a Prince or political leader.
The book quickly became enormously popular and was assimilated by its readers into the genre of prescriptive Publisher: Aldine Press. “Renaissance” is used as a useful short label for the period ca. to ca. But the use of the term “Aristotelianism” as applied to texts, contents and contexts of that period is problematic.
 Some authors did indeed consider themselves as part of a “peripatetic” (i.e., Aristotelian) current or school,  but it would be counterintuitive to limit the application of the. The rhetorical bent took on the latter form., primarily.
Was rhetoric a way of life, or merely a historically bound study. (we revisit that question today) 4) A number of important writers in the period. Let us not forget, each major European country had its own "Renaissance," some hundreds of years apart.
We think of Italy first and England last. The last section (“Part Five: Philosophy and Rhetoric from Antiquity to the Renaissance”), pp.
–, contains the views of the greatest historian of the Renaissance of the 20th century on a subject he knew intimately, the relationship of rhetoric and philosophy from the Greeks to the Renaissance.
Humanism in Renaissance rhetoric was a reaction to Aristotelian scholasticism, as espoused by Francis Bacon, Averroës, and Albertus Magnus, among the scholastics claimed a logical connection between word and thought, the humanists differentiated between physical utterance and intangible meditation; they gave common usage priority over sets of logical rules.
Books shelved as rhetoric: The Art of Rhetoric by Aristotle, Classical Rhetoric for the Modern Student by Edward P.J. Corbett, Thank You for Arguing: Wha. This book provides a history of renaissance rhetoric.
Rhetoric, training in writing and delivering speeches, was a fundamental part of renaissance culture and education. It is concerned with a wide range of issues, connected with style, argument, self-presentation, the arousal of emotion, voice, and gesture.
More than 3, works on rhetoric were published in a total of o editions Author: Peter Mack. Rhetoric, Prudence, and Skepticism in the Renaissance Author Kahn, Victoria Format/binding Hardcover Book condition Used - Good Quantity available 1 Binding Hardcover ISBN 10 ISBN 13 Publisher Cornell University Press Place of Publication Ithaca & London This edition first published Finally, Furetiere's book is a story, a piece of fiction, which presents itself directly and self-consciously as an allegory about rhetoric.
On Wilson's book as a comprehensive, Ciceronian rhetoric, see Howell (); on the closeness, if not identity, betwee n poetry and rhetoric in Renaissance thinking, see Meerhof (), Kahn (37), and. The study of rhetoric in the Renaissance was based overwhelmingly on the writings of the ancient Roman politician Cicero.
Whereas in the Middle Ages rhetoric meant formulaic letter writing with very specific salutations and structure, Renaissance rhetoric emphasized emulating the style of Cicero's letters and speeches, particularly their. Renaissance humanism was a revival in the study of classical antiquity, at first in Italy and then spreading across Western Europe in the 14th, 15th, and 16th centuries.
Contemporary use of the term humanism is consistent with the historical use prominent in that period, while Renaissance humanism is a retronym used to distinguish it from later humanist developments.
Mack, Peter, ‘Rhetoric in Use: Three Romances by Greene and Lodge’, in P. Mack (ed.), Renaissance Rhetoric, Basingstoke,pp. –39 Mack, Peter, ‘Rudolph Agricola's Reading of Literature’, Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes 48 (), 23–41Cited by: This book advances the idea that language, and not only color or religion, functioned as an important racial code.
This study also reveals the way in which Englands strategic projection of a During the English Renaissance, the figure of the classical barbarian—identified by ineloquent speech that marked him as a cultural outsider—was /5.
A workbook style rhetoric that is the only composition book employing many specific rhetorical figures to understand basic modes of essay writing. It may undersell its significance by seeming to focus only on stylistic matters, when the figures it teaches are ways of making prose not. Abstract: Historically, the Renaissance marks a transformation in wfiich the elite classes come to define themselves by their aesthetic refinement, taste, and good manners.
Accompanying this change is a special vision of the human body which is distinguished from that of artisans and peasants. This opposition has been described by Bakhtin as one between the classical body and the grotesque Cited by: 5. The Renaissance saw a renewed and energetic engagement with classical rhetoric; recent years have seen a similar revival of interest in Renaissance rhetoric.
As Renaissance critics recognised, figurative language is the key area of intersection between rhetoric and literature. This book is the first modern account of Renaissance rhetoric to. The renaissance was a great age of innovation in rhetorical theory.
This book shows how renaissance scholars recovered and circulated classical rhetoric texts, how they absorbed new doctrines from Greek rhetoric, and how they adapted classical rhetorical teaching to fit modern conditions.
Renaissance Rhetoric. by "Renaissance Quarterly"; Humanities, general Literature, writing, book reviews Book reviews Books Printer Frien, articles and books.
Rhetoric, the principles of training communicators—those seeking to persuade or inform. In the 20th century it underwent a shift of emphasis from the speaker or writer to the auditor or reader.
This article deals with rhetoric in both its traditional and its modern forms. For information on applications of rhetoric, see the articles broadcasting, communication, and propaganda. The Rhetoric Society of America (RSA) is an organization of scholars dedicated to studying, teaching, and practicing rhetoric.
Founded inRSA is an interdisciplinary society whose members come from composition studies, English, communication, philosophy, linguistics, history, political science, sociology, visual arts, and other fields. It is important, therefore, to review briefly what the classical writers meant by rhetoric and by poetic, and to trace the modifications which these terms underwent in post-classical times, in the middle ages, and in the renaissance, in order better to show that in the literary criticism of the English renaissance the theory of poetry contained.
"Scott Newstok has written an urgent account of Renaissance education and our own impoverished equivalent. Learned, pacey, full of witty observation—I loved the idea of thinking as humanity's 'killer app'—it is a brilliant enactment of its own central ideas about the importance of liberated thinking and the constitutive pleasures of rhetoric.
Introduction 1. Eriugenian Developments of Ciceronian Topical Theory, Catherine Kavanagh 2. Orfeo ed Euridice, Philology and Mercury, Nancy van Deusen 3. Elective Affinities, Marinus Burcht Pranger 4.
Petrarchan Cartographic Writing, Theodore J. Cachey, Jr. In Search of Fame: Self-Representation in Neo-Latin Humanism, Karl Enenkel 6. Rhetoric of Innovation and Recourse to Tradition in Released on: Aug Book Description: The Netherlandish rhetoricians of the sixteenth century have, in the course of the last decades, shed their image of third-rate poets who, lacking all sense of true beauty, were capable only of pompous verbosity and a shallow manipulation of form.
This multi-authored volume, by an authoritative team of international scholars, examines the transmission of Ciceronian rhetoric in medieval and early Renaissance Europe, concentrating on the fortunes, in particular, of the two dominant classical rhetorical textbooks of the time, Cicero’s early De inventione, and the contemporary ‘pseudo-Ciceronian’ Rhetorica ad Herennium.
The art of rhetoric is an art whose linguistic and social character involves it in many of the most important questions of human life – questions Mack blows by on his way to catalogue more Renaissance rhetorics.
This book needs to be supplemented by Heinrick Plett's Rhetoric and Renaissance Culture (), a book which Mack rather Author: Scott F.
Crider. Renaissance rhetoric. Notes German, English, and French. Papers presented at an international colloquium held June, Universität Essen. Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index. Subject headings Rhetoric--History--Congresses.
European literature--Renaissance, History and criticism--Congresses. ISBN. Political Rhetoric, Power, and Renaissance Women - Ebook written by Carole Levin, Patricia A. Sullivan. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices.
Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Political Rhetoric, Power. Rhetoric and Poetry in the Renaissance: A Study of Rhetorical Terms in English Renaissance Literary Criticism (), by Donald Lemen Clark (Gutenberg text) Filed under: Renaissance -- France Avril: Being Essays on the Poetry of the French Renaissance, by Hilaire Belloc (Gutenberg text).His book is particularly illuminating in its account of how the Renaissance absorbed and adapted classical ideas of otherness, and in its exploration of the part played by language and the rhetorical tradition in early modern constructions of savagery and barbarism.".Interests: Early British Literature, Medieval and Early Modern Literature and Culture, Shakespeare, Non-Shakespearean Renaissance drama, the Reception of the Classics (especially Ovid), History of the English Language, Historical Linguistics, Renaissance Rhetoric, Book History, and Surveillance Studies Courses Taught: Composition II, World.