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This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Aug 23, Mary rated it it was amazing Shelves: This book won me over to Perelmanism in many ways, not least because it was so readable teoeia straddled the theory-practice line so neatly. I was also thrilled to see them address my long-held questions about novelty if we must address a novelty-adverse audience, how do things ever change?
Mostly, though, I just love thinking about audience. I wrote a rather ignorant paper about audience as an undergrad that only raised more questions and concerns than answers. Dec 24, J. Hussey rated it really liked it. A twentieth-century empirical approach to argumentation.
Perelman and Olbrechts-Tyteca would go on to condense, revise and synthesize their work in the l more readable The Realm of Rhetoricbut this is the original. Jan 29, Hans Ostrom rated it it was amazing Shelves: An original, enduring modern exploration of rhetoric, with the same stature as Aristotle’s work on rhetoric.
It’s too bad we live in an age where well crafted, fair, and empirically informed arguments don’t seem to matter–our age of pseudocracy. Feb 04, Eric rated it really liked it Shelves: Perelman and Olbrechts-Tyteca argue that, starting with Descartes, philosophy and many other fields have wrongly regarded self-evidence as the sole method of rational proof and argumenfacion. In doing so, they draw attention to the particularities of disciplinary rhetorics and approaches to argumentation, calling for the sort of work that has been taken up by many scholars of disciplinary rhetorics.
Feb 17, Dimitri rated it really liked it. Although I’m not finished with this book yet, I can’t help commenting on my reactions thus far. Overall, this book is a useful corrective to the Cartesian, positivist world-view that the only worthwhile discourses are verifiable truth statements. Perelman makes a convincing argument pa focusing only on speech of this kind excludes the vast majority of communication, and that its equally, if not more, important to pay close attention to how discourse in the realm of opinion, or “the realm of chai Although I’m not finished with this book yet, I can’t help commenting on my reactions argumentxcion far.
Perelman makes a convincing argument that focusing only on speech of this kind excludes the vast majority of communication, and that its equally, if not more, important arguemntacion pay close attention to how discourse in the realm of opinion, or “the realm of rhetoric” operates. He does make some strange epistemological peerelman about the relation between statements of fact and statements of value, but these don’t dilute the overall impact of the book.
Jun 27, Steve rated it it was amazing. Amazing book that reinvigorates the study of rhetoric by taking a revolutionary approach – an inductive, or bottom-up, perspective on how argument must work based on what people do.
The authors spent years collecting and studying examples of daily, lived argumentation practices and developed a theory critical of formal logic, yet normative in the sense of how formal logic can be ethically and properly applied to the creation of argumentation.
This book is thick, and you’ll have to re-read a few s Amazing book that reinvigorates the study of rhetoric by taking a revolutionary approach – an inductive, or bottom-up, perspective on how argument must work based on what people do. This book is thick, and you’ll have to re-read a few sections to really get it. All you have to remember as you read it is that the authors are taking examples from philosophy, literature, and the courts. They are also both native French speakers, so many of the examples come from the French literary and philosophical traditions.
It makes it a bit of a challenge to instantly relate. Just approach with an open mind and you’ll find a lot of value in what they suggest.
Instead of reaching toward formal logic to solve our disagreements, The New Rhetoric suggests an alternative approach – let the situation and audience guide you.
The New Rhetoric: A Treatise on Argumentation by Chaïm Perelman
Start with them, and everything else will grow out of that. Really fascinating, and a book that has stayed with me for years. Nov 02, Rodrigo Medel rated it it was ok. Teorja read this book as part of a course in rhetoric. While I’m not precisely a fan of rhetorics, I found this book useful in some respects. For example, it was interesting to learn that the old and dismissed rhetoric has recently experienced an important renewal due to Perelman’s work.
New discoursive elements that extend argumentacioh the robustness of deductive logic, such as the role of the auditorium, the dynamics of group adherence, or the use argumrntacion non-formal fallacies represent now acceptable units I read this book as part of a course in rhetoric.
New discoursive elements that extend beyond the robustness of deductive logic, such as the role of the auditorium, cnaim dynamics of group adherence, or the use of non-formal fallacies represent now acceptable units that need to be considered to make an argument seductive. An evident pitfall of the book is the nature of examples.
The New Rhetoric: A Treatise on Argumentation
argujentacion It is supposed that examples serve the purpose of illustrating in a simple and intutive manner the somewhat abstract sentences provided by authors. This objective is not reached along the book. Most examples are unnecessarily ellaborated and full of details to be useful. In summary, regardless of my personal taste for other areas of philosophy, I found this book interesting, albeit not so as to recommend it to people not teoia interested in the study of rhetoric itself.
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The book offered deeper insights into human mind. Oct 18, Andrew Mcneill rated it liked it. A good book argumfntacion it is largely descriptive and seeks to set out all the features of rhetoric and discourse. Aug 20, Chris rated it really liked it Shelves: Jan 28, Liaken rated it it was amazing Shelves: I really enjoyed their view both of rhetoric and the possibilities for argumentation. May 27, MET rated it liked it. SO hard to understand – but so important.
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