The rhetoric of philosophy /
The book claims that philosophy can be defined by its distinct rhetoric. This rhetoric is shaped by two values: humanism and critique. Humanism is defined as preferring the individual human deliberation to any external authority or method. Self-conviction is the touchstone of truth in philosophy. Cr...
|Published:||Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : John Benjamins Pub. Co., ©2005.|
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