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Argumentation Studies in the Wake of the New Rhetoric

Argumentation Studies in the Wake of the New Rhetoric ARGUMENTATION AND ADVOCACY 40 (Spring 2004): 267-283 ARGUMENTATION STUDIES IN THE WAKE OF THE NEW RHETORIC David A. Frank* Those who resisted the Nazi tyranny, rique (known in French speaking countries as Jonathan Glover observes in his Humanity: A Traife), which was translated into English in Moral History of the Twentieth Century, tended 1970 as The New Rhetoric: A Treatise on Argu­ to come from homes in which children were mentation (known in English speaking coun­ encouraged to reason through argument tries as The New Rhetoric). Perelman set the (382). Children raised by parents who used agenda for the collaboration, as his solitary writings on a host of subjects before his col­ physical means of gaining compliance or an authoritarian style of childrearing were laboration with Olbrechts-Tyteca identified much less likely to rescue Jews. Glover cites the key issues and problems addressed in research conducted by the Oliners, who the NRP. Olbrechts-Tyteca played a major role in the development of the examples carefully document why some chose the and middle range theory (Wamick, 1998; moral path during World War 11. Glover and the Oliners conclude that habits of rea­ Olbrechts-Tyteca, 1963). In this article, I consider the influence of http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Argumentation and Advocacy Taylor & Francis

Argumentation Studies in the Wake of the New Rhetoric

Argumentation and Advocacy , Volume 40 (4): 17 – Mar 1, 2004

Argumentation Studies in the Wake of the New Rhetoric

Argumentation and Advocacy , Volume 40 (4): 17 – Mar 1, 2004

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ARGUMENTATION AND ADVOCACY 40 (Spring 2004): 267-283 ARGUMENTATION STUDIES IN THE WAKE OF THE NEW RHETORIC David A. Frank* Those who resisted the Nazi tyranny, rique (known in French speaking countries as Jonathan Glover observes in his Humanity: A Traife), which was translated into English in Moral History of the Twentieth Century, tended 1970 as The New Rhetoric: A Treatise on Argu­ to come from homes in which children were mentation (known in English speaking coun­ encouraged to reason through argument tries as The New Rhetoric). Perelman set the (382). Children raised by parents who used agenda for the collaboration, as his solitary writings on a host of subjects before his col­ physical means of gaining compliance or an authoritarian style of childrearing were laboration with Olbrechts-Tyteca identified much less likely to rescue Jews. Glover cites the key issues and problems addressed in research conducted by the Oliners, who the NRP. Olbrechts-Tyteca played a major role in the development of the examples carefully document why some chose the and middle range theory (Wamick, 1998; moral path during World War 11. Glover and the Oliners conclude that habits of rea­ Olbrechts-Tyteca, 1963). In this article, I consider the influence of

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Taylor & Francis
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© 2004 Taylor and Francis Group, LLC
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2576-8476
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1051-1431
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10.1080/00028533.2004.11821612
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ARGUMENTATION AND ADVOCACY 40 (Spring 2004): 267-283 ARGUMENTATION STUDIES IN THE WAKE OF THE NEW RHETORIC David A. Frank* Those who resisted the Nazi tyranny, rique (known in French speaking countries as Jonathan Glover observes in his Humanity: A Traife), which was translated into English in Moral History of the Twentieth Century, tended 1970 as The New Rhetoric: A Treatise on Argu­ to come from homes in which children were mentation (known in English speaking coun­ encouraged to reason through argument tries as The New Rhetoric). Perelman set the (382). Children raised by parents who used agenda for the collaboration, as his solitary writings on a host of subjects before his col­ physical means of gaining compliance or an authoritarian style of childrearing were laboration with Olbrechts-Tyteca identified much less likely to rescue Jews. Glover cites the key issues and problems addressed in research conducted by the Oliners, who the NRP. Olbrechts-Tyteca played a major role in the development of the examples carefully document why some chose the and middle range theory (Wamick, 1998; moral path during World War 11. Glover and the Oliners conclude that habits of rea­ Olbrechts-Tyteca, 1963). In this article, I consider the influence of

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