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|Dionisio de Halicarnaso y la idea de "crítica de la retórica"|
|Authors: ||Walker, J. (Jeffrey)|
Halicarnaso, Dionisio de
|Issue Date: ||1998|
|Citation: ||Anuario Filosófico, 1998 (31), 581-601|
This examination of the critical writings of Dionysius of Halicarnassus hopes to suggest two main things: First, recent arguments about the irrelevance of classical rhetoric to postmodern rhetorical criticism-conceived as a general hermeneutic of “rhetoricality”, not only render the notion of “rhetorical criticism” itself increasingly problematic, but also tend to presuppose a simplified (and basically neo-Aristotelian) image of “classical rhetoric” that is unsustainable. Second an more importantly, even as we recognise that ancient rhetoric was oriented toward a discursive realm rather different from that of postmodernity, and without advocating a simplistic “return to Dyonisius”, nevertheless it may be argued that Dyonisius still embodies a general paradigm of “rhetorical criticism” that merits our consideration.
|Permanent link: ||http://hdl.handle.net/10171/387|
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