The Rhetoric of Supreme Court Women

The rhetoric of reflection is the great cultural specter of the last century. The
specter of reflection as a cultural artifact has shaped the social realities by which
people in the United States have come to understand themselves, and more ...

Author: Nichola D. Gutgold

Publisher: Lexington Books

ISBN: 9780739172513

Category: Law

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From 1981 to 2010, the advancements of women in the United States can be seen in the words of the four pioneering women on the Supreme Court. The Rhetoric of Supreme Court Women: From Obstacles to Options, by Nichola D. Gutgold, explores how Sandra Day O’Connor and Ruth Bader Ginsburg used effective rhetoric and worked to overcome gender obstacles, while cultural changes in America provided Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan with a wider range of rhetorical options.Gutgold's exploration of these four Supreme Court women provides valuable insight into the use of political communication and the changing gender zeitgeist in American politics.

The Rhetoric of Empiricism

We need to reflect on reflections . This tautological and ironic description of the
relationship between mind and world is precisely what Ruskin must prevent from
becoming explicit if he is to retain a rhetorical purchase on his subject ; and yet it
 ...

Author: Jules David Law

Publisher: Cornell University Press

ISBN: 0801427061

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 258

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Empiricism favors the visual over the verbal, the literal over the rhetorical, the static over the temporal: This is the standard charge leveled by literary theorists and writers. It is, Jules David Law demonstrates, remarkably misguided. His ambitious and challenging book explores the interplay of language and visual perception at the heart of empiricism. A re-evaluation of the British empiricist tradition from the perspective of contemporary literary theory, it also offers a sustained challenge to theory itself. In failing to grasp the issues confronting early empiricist writers or to be fully aware of their rhetorical strategies, Law says, theory has defined itself needlessly in opposition to empiricism. In Law's view, the empiricist tradition extends beyond strictly philosophical texts. Beginning with the classical empiricism of Locke, he traces an intellectual path through the works of thinkers such as Berkeley, Burke, Hazlitt, Ruskin, and I. A. Richards, resituating several "romantic" writers along the way. His analyses of these texts reveal the persistent presence of certain metaphors - surface, depth, and reflection - which are central not only to philosophy, but to art criticism and literary criticism as well. Inseparable from accounts of visual experience and yet preoccupied with language at the same time, empiricism appears here in surprisingly complex relation to literary theory. An illuminating look at the language of reflection and perception in its empirical and critical guises, The Rhetoric of Empiricism will interest readers in the fields of literary history and theory, philosophy, aesthetics, and eighteenth- and nineteenth-century studies.

Rhetoric and Educational Discourse

Chapter 4 Inventing the 'good teacher' We have explored some rhetorical
dimensions of contemporary discourses of ... We will argue that reflection is a
rhetorical practice, but one which is mostly positioned as a form of realism,
specifically a ...

Author: Richard Edwards

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134434527

Category: Education

Page: 208

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Educational policy is often dismissed as simply rhetoric and a collection of half truths. However, this is to underestimate the power of rhetoric and the ways in which rhetorical strategies are integral to persuasive acts. Through a series of illustrative chapters, this book argues that rather than something to be dismissed, rhetorical analysis offers a rich and deep arena in which to explore and examine educational issues and practices. It adopts an original stance in relation to contemporary debates and will make a significant contribution to educational debates in elucidating and illustrating the pervasiveness of persuasive strategies in educational practices. Rhetoric and Educational Discourse is a useful resource for postgraduate and research students in education and applied linguistics. The book will also be of interest to academics and researchers in these fields of study and those interested in discursive approaches to research and scholarship.

Reflection Without Rules

question . Suppose that we quit doing Methodology and start doing the rhetoric of
economics ; what will be gained by doing so ? The answer to this question
constitutes the closing chapters of both of McCloskey ' s main books on the
rhetoric of ...

Author: D. Wade Hands

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 0521797969

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 480

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This book is a comprehensive and often controversial survey of economic methodology.

The Rhetoric of Terrorism and Counterterrorism

RESPONDING TO RHETORIC AS REFLECTION When one speaker responds to
another , a choice must be made whether or not to reflect the opposing speaker '
s discourse . On the one hand , the respondent might choose to mirror the ...

Author: Richard W. Leeman

Publisher: Praeger

ISBN: UOM:39015021490910

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 217

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Using the responses of the Reagan and Nixon administrations to terrorism as case studies, this treatise prescribes "democratic rhetoric" as the most strategic counterterrorist response available.

Edmund Burke and the Art of Rhetoric

In Edmund Burke's most important work, Reflections on the Revolution in France
(1790), the ethos-driven rhetoric that I have been describing assumes its defining
form. More than ever before, Burke's personal assertion of his authority as a ...

Author: Paddy Bullard

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781139495691

Category: Literary Criticism

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Edmund Burke ranks among the most accomplished orators ever to debate in the British Parliament. But often his eloquence has been seen to compromise his achievements as a political thinker. In the first full-length account of Burke's rhetoric, Bullard argues that Burke's ideas about civil society, and particularly about the process of political deliberation, are, for better or worse, shaped by the expressiveness of his language. Above all, Burke's eloquence is designed to express ethos or character. This rhetorical imperative is itself informed by Burke's argument that the competency of every political system can be judged by the ethical knowledge that the governors have of both the people that they govern and of themselves. Bullard finds the intellectual roots of Burke's 'rhetoric of character' in early modern moral and aesthetic philosophy, and traces its development through Burke's parliamentary career to its culmination in his masterpiece, Reflections on the Revolution in France.

A Rhetoric of Silence and Other Selected Writings

6. Repetition as reflections: the possible encounter ... repeats herself and
Narcissus reflects himself; in fragments or as a whole they double the one's or the
other's image in reading, a partial repetition like an echo, silent as the reflection
of a ...

Author: Lisa Block de Behar

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter

ISBN: 9783110813555

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 340

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Teaching Reflective Learning in Higher Education

One student, for example, began his reflection by telling a story about a literature
class that only in retrospect seems linked to rhetoric, another about how his
religious background influenced what he encountered, a third how rhetoric
helped ...

Author: Mary Elizabeth Ryan

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319092713

Category: Education

Page: 234

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This book is about understanding the nature and application of reflection in higher education. It provides a theoretical model to guide the implementation of reflective learning and reflective practice across multiple disciplines and international contexts in higher education. The book presents research into the ways in which reflection is both considered and implemented in different ways across different professional disciplines, while maintaining a common purpose to transform and improve learning and/or practice. The Readers will find this book is innovative and new in three key ways. Firstly, in its holistic theorisation of reflection within the pedagogic field of higher education; Secondly, in conceptualising reflection in different modes to achieve specific purposes in different disciplines; and finally, in providing conceptual guidance for embedding reflective learning and reflective practice in a systematic way across whole programmes, faculties or institutions in higher education. The book considers important contextual factors that influence the teaching of forms and methods of reflection. It provides a functional analysis of multiple modes of reflection, including written, oral, visual, auditory, and embodied forms. Empirical chapters analyse the application of these modes across disciplines and at different stages of a programme. The theoretical model accounts for students’ stage of development in the disciplinary field, along with progressive and cyclical levels of higher order thinking, and learning and professional practice that are expected within different disciplines and professional fields. Secondly, in conceptualising reflection in different modes to achieve specific purposes in different disciplines. It provides a functional analysis of multiple modes of reflection, including written, oral, visual, auditory, and embodied forms. Empirical chapters analyse the application of these modes across disciplines and at different stages of a programme in terms of demonstrating levels of reflection. The book includes images, diagrams and different text forms to support the creative applications of reflection. And thirdly, the book is innovative in providing conceptual guidance for embedding reflective learning and reflective practice systematically across whole programmes, faculties or institutions in higher education contexts across the world.

Critical Reflection in Context

Current issues Organisational approaches Organisational approaches
emphasise the need for critical reflection to be ... For example, the rhetoric of
critical reflection can be strong in broad course and program outlines, and less
concrete in ...

Author: Jan Fook

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781136208584

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 264

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Critical reflection enables practitioners – especially those within health and social care –to theorise from their own practice, improving and developing their work and practising both creatively and professionally. This book provides an accessible overview of the influential Fook/Gardner Critical Reflection framework for students, researchers and professionals. It then presents a wide range of illustrative case studies from a variety of different health and social care settings, demonstrating how it can be used in effective and innovative practice around the world. By highlighting how professionals are actually using the Fook/Gardner model of critical reflection, it shares practical and resourceful ideas and provides specific theoretical and practical guidelines for use. It also further conceptualises and develops the theory of critical reflection by articulating underlying theory used in practice. The book also draws out particular issues for how critical reflection might be better practised within organisations, and develops a framework for a better understanding of this. The book is divided into four parts, discussing critical reflection in: Professional Practice Supervision and Management Research Education Including an up-to-date overview of the framework written by Jan Fook, this helpful text makes a significant contribution in terms of the practical theorizing of critical reflection. It will be of use to health and social care professionals keen to practice creatively and effectively, especially those undertaking short courses or further development in supervision, critical reflection, advanced practice, and leadership and management.

The Rhetoric of the Human Sciences

16 THE RHETORIC OF THEOLOGICAL ARGUMENT DAVID E . KLEMM In this
essay , I examine the rhetoric of ... Theological discourse is always the outcome
of critical reflection both on what it means to speak about God and how such
claims ...

Author: John S. Nelson

Publisher: Univ of Wisconsin Press

ISBN: 0299110249

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 447

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Opening with an overview of the renewal of interest in rhetoric for inquiries of all kinds, this volume addresses rhetoric in individual disciplines—mathematics, anthropology, psychology, economics, sociology, political science, and history. Two essays draw from recent literary theory to suggest the contribution of the humanities to the rhetoric of inquiry, and several essays explore communications beyond the academy, particularly in women's issues, religion, and law. The final essays speak from the field of communication studies, where the study of rhetoric usually makes its home.

Sourcebook on Rhetoric

First, a simple definition of a rhetorical text is that it is a speech or an oratorical
performance (typically, one that has been transcribed or ... Despite the potential
difficulties involved, further reflection on these basic questions is warranted.

Author: James Jasinski

Publisher: SAGE Publications

ISBN: 9781452264387

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 675

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This book is designed to introduce readers to the language of contemporary rhetorical studies. The book format is an alphabetized glossary (with appropriate cross listings) of key terms and concepts in contemporary rhetorical studies. An introductory chapter outlines the definitional ambiguities of the central concept of rhetoric itself. The primary emphasis is on the contemporary tradition of rhetorical studies as it has emerged in the discipline of speech communication. Each entry in the glossary ranges in length from a few paragraphs to a short essay of a few pages. Where appropriate, examples are provided to further illustrate the term or concept. Each entry will be accompanied by a list of references and additional readings to direct the reader to other materials of possible interest.

Toward a Phenomenological Rhetoric

aim of reflection is to achieve a unity with others — indeed , with all living things
and with God — through recognizing their ... to describe rhetorical practices that
enact persistent , open , and personal reflection as a phenomenological
approach ...

Author: Barbara Couture

Publisher: SIU Press

ISBN: 0809320339

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 236

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This work presents a case for a phenomenological rhetoric. It shows how phenomenological philosophy might guide the theory and practice of rhetoric, reanimating its role in the human enterprise of seeking a shared truth.

History Reflection and Narrative

Is. There. Still. a. Place. for. Rhetorical. History. in. Composition. Studies? Gerald
P. Mulderig DePaul University ... The prominence that rhetoric had achieved in
English studies by this time is suggested by Corbett's ability to invoke the term in
 ...

Author: Mary Rosner

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN: 1567503977

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 352

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Offers an important contribution to our ongoing understanding of how composition came to be the profession it is, how the present builds on the past and how the present may challenge the future.

The Politics and Rhetoric of Scientific Method

... as a body of abstract reflections insulated from other intellectual and social
concerns. ... moral and political considerations and therefore could not be
regarded as a neutral, logical source of reflection about the practice of Victorian
science.

Author: J. Schuster

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9789400945609

Category: History

Page: 352

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The institutionalization of History and Philosophy of Science as a distinct field of scholarly endeavour began comparatively earl- though not always under that name - in the Australasian region. An initial lecturing appointment was made at the University of Melbourne immediately after the Second World War, in 1946, and other appoint ments followed as the subject underwent an expansion during the 1950s and 1960s similar to that which took place in other parts of the world. Today there are major Departments at the University of Melbourne, the University of New South Wales and the University of Wollongong, and smaller groups active in many other parts of Australia and in New Zealand. "Australasian Studies in History and Philosophy of Science" aims to provide a distinctive publication outlet for Australian and New Zealand scholars working in the general area of history, philosophy and social studies of science. Each volume comprises a group of essays on a connected theme, edited by an Australian or a New Zealander with special expertise in that particular area. Papers address general issues, however, rather than local ones; parochial topics are avoided. Further more, though in each volume a majority of the contributors is from Australia or New Zealand, contributions from elsewhere are by no means ruled out. Quite the reverse, in fact - they are actively encour aged wherever appropriate to the balance of the volume in question.

Coleridge s Philosophy of Faith

Chapter 4 The Rhetoric of Allegory and the Method of Symbol in The Friend
Symbol plays a vital role in Coleridge's ... expresses itself in language that
demands a sustained effort of reflection – that is , through a rhetoric akin to
allegory .

Author: Joel Harter

Publisher: Mohr Siebeck

ISBN: 3161508343

Category: Philosophy

Page: 242

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Revision of author's thesis (doctoral)--University of Chicago, 2008 under title: The word made flesh and the mazy page: symbol and allegory in Coleridge's philosophy of faith.

The Rhetoric of Sobriety

5 Wine and Mystical Utterance Upon its reflection of wine's many contradictions ,
Jahiliya poetry plays off the potent , sensual qualities of wine to condemn and
celebrate a broad range of human experiences . Within the context of the Jahiliya
 ...

Author: Kathryn Kueny

Publisher: SUNY Press

ISBN: 0791450538

Category: Social Science

Page: 179

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Explains the prohibition of alcohol in Islam using a wide range of materials from the early Islamic period.

Images of Reflection in Teacher Education

RETHINKING THE RHETORIC OF " REFLECTIVE INQUIRY " IN TEACHER
EDUCATION PROGRAMS Karen Noordhoff and Judith Kleinfeld Center for Cross
- Cultural Studies University of Alaska Fairbanks This paper examines the ...

Author: Hersholt C. Waxman

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015062444628

Category: Critical thinking

Page: 55

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Rhetoric of the Chinese Cultural Revolution

Ba Jin , Sui xiang lu ( A Collection of Reflections ) The passing of time alone is
good enough reason for reexamining the ... events in human history , the Cultural
Revolution demands constant restudy , reinterpretation , and reflection . William A
 ...

Author: Xing Lu

Publisher: Univ of South Carolina Press

ISBN: 1570035431

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 250

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Now known to the Chinese as the "ten years of chaos," the Chinese Cultural Revolution (1966-1976) brought death to thousands and persecution to millions. Xing Lu identifies the rhetorical features and explores the persuasive effects of political language and symbolic practices during the period. She examines how leaders of the Communist Party enacted a rhetoric in political contexts to legitimize power and violence and to dehumanize a group of people identified as class enemies.

Renewing Rhetoric s Relation to Composition

Instead, the reflective aspects of invention, while internal in the shortterm, are part
of longerterm interactions with the world ... In “Pure Rhetoric,” Crowley discusses
what can happen when one voice dominates to the exclusion of others.

Author: Shane Borrowman

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135263560

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 384

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Renewing Rhetoric’s Relation to Composition comprehensively examines the development of rhetoric and composition, using the writings of Theresa Jarnagin Enos as points of departure for studies of broader trends. Chapters explore such topics as the historical relations of rhetoric and composition, their evolution within programs of study, and Enos’s research on gender. The volume presents the growing disjunction between rhetoric and composition and paints a compelling picture of the current state of both disciplines as well as their origins. This volume acknowledges the influential role that Theresa Enos has had in the writing and rhetoric disciplines. Her career provides benchmarks for plotting developments in rhetoric and composition, including the evolving relations between the two. This collection offers a tribute to her work and to the new directions in the discipline stemming from her research. With an all-star line-up of contributors, it also represents the state of the art in rhetoric and composition scholarship, and it will serve current and future scholars in both disciplines.

Reflective Practice in Nursing

... subverting nursing - the dangers of academic form and the rhetoric of
evidencebased practice; reflecting nursing - examining my reflective voice; and
portraying nursing - redefining my reflective voice. My reflection of caring for Kate
is used ...

Author: Chris Bulman

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781118693360

Category: Medical

Page: 256

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Reflective Practice is increasingly recognised as an important topic that has the potential to help nurses to develop and learn from their practice. This practical and accessible guide uses the latest research and evidence to support the development of skills in reflective practice and provides help and advice on how to get started, how to write reflectively and how to continue to use reflective practice in everyday situations. This fourth edition of Reflective Practice in Nursing contains new material on mentoring and supervision and on group reflection, and includes a new chapter on teaching reflective practice. Reflective Practice in Nursing is an indispensable guide for students and practitioners alike, who wish to learn more about reflective practice, as well as containing essential information for teachers and lecturers.