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Euphony In Paul: Sound Matters In Romans 1:18–2:29, Keith L. Yoder 2015 University of Massachusetts

Euphony In Paul: Sound Matters In Romans 1:18–2:29, Keith L. Yoder

Keith L. Yoder

This is an annotated oral reading of the Romans 1:18–2:29, using the phonemic Koine pronunciation promoted by Randall Buth. The oral reading is supplemented by a detailed aural mapping of the text, laid out and formatted somewhat following "Sound Mapping the New Testament" by Lee and Scott. The features discovered here demonstrate that this text is a unified piece, with definite beginning and ending, exhibiting a style distinct from the rest of Romans. The author uses a variety of sound structures, from character level, to syllables, words, and phrases, even sorting a long list by sound. As ...


Under The Influence, Seth Rosamilia 2015 Liberty University

Under The Influence, Seth Rosamilia

The Kabod

This is a true story about a ruffed grouse that became drunk on fermented berries and then ended his life by flying under the influence into a window. The author thinks that humans ought to have more intelligence than a grouse about drinking and driving.


The Resilient Machine: The Body As The Source Of The Autobiographical Self, Taryn Heon 2015 Keene State College

The Resilient Machine: The Body As The Source Of The Autobiographical Self, Taryn Heon

Strigidae

Contrary to the postmodern paradigm that would purport that selfhood unfolds out of language or discursive interactions with the external world, a rich body of evidence has evolved to show that selfhood—and the resultant narrative that is shaped from it—begins at the bodily level.


The Rhetoric Of Exile In The Preaching And Teaching Of The Anglo-Saxon Church: Glimpses Of The Cultural Ideology In Old English Homilies, Yi-chin Huang 2015 Western Michigan University

The Rhetoric Of Exile In The Preaching And Teaching Of The Anglo-Saxon Church: Glimpses Of The Cultural Ideology In Old English Homilies, Yi-Chin Huang

The Hilltop Review

Abstract.

This article explores how the early medieval vernacular homiletic discourse produced in Anglo-Saxon England strategically employs the rhetoric exile, a theme whose significance is also articulated widely in Old English poetry. As words denoting such similar ideas as exile, banishment, exclusion, casting/driving out, etc., recur significantly in the homilies of the Anglo-Saxon Church, including the homilies of Ælfric, Wulfstan, and the Blickling and Vercelli Codices, I propose an analysis of the instances in which the rhetoric about exile is used in preaching and theology in order to reveal not only the Church authors/teachers’ ability and effort to ...


Advocacy Blogging: Writing & Editing For The Public, Leah A. Zuidema 2015 Dordt College

Advocacy Blogging: Writing & Editing For The Public, Leah A. Zuidema

Faculty Work

Presentation given as part of a faculty workshop at Dordt College in Sioux Center, Iowa, on January 9, 2015, about advocay blogging which is based on a previously published article (available at http://scholarworks.wmich.edu/wte/vol3/iss1/10/).


Proximity And Journalistic Practice In Environmental Discourse: Experiencing “Job Blackmail” In The News, Barbara Johnstone, Justin Mando 2015 Carnegie Mellon University

Proximity And Journalistic Practice In Environmental Discourse: Experiencing “Job Blackmail” In The News, Barbara Johnstone, Justin Mando

Barbara Johnstone

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Disciplinarity And The Rhetoric Of Science: A Social Epistemological Reception Study, William J. White 2014 Penn State Altoona

Disciplinarity And The Rhetoric Of Science: A Social Epistemological Reception Study, William J. White

Poroi

This paper weaves together several elements to construct a reception study in the rhetoric of science, reflexively applied to the rhetoric of science itself as a field. This analysis supplements a reading of the criticial reception to Alan Gross’s The Rhetoric of Science and its transformation into Starring the Text (i.e., a renamed “third edition”) with an examination of citation data regarding Gross’s book. The citation data provide some support for the idea that many of Gross’s readers perceived him as taking a position in the “Science Wars” of the 1990s. The essay builds a theory ...


Thomas S. Kuhn And Poroi, 1984, Edward Schiappa 2014 MIT

Thomas S. Kuhn And Poroi, 1984, Edward Schiappa

Poroi

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Ad Astra Per Audax: Remembering Alan Gross's Contributions, William Keith 2014 University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

Ad Astra Per Audax: Remembering Alan Gross's Contributions, William Keith

Poroi

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Gross' Perelmanian Sense Of Rhetoric, Bill Morris 2014 Kent State University

Gross' Perelmanian Sense Of Rhetoric, Bill Morris

Poroi

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Why The Museum? The Disciplinary And Interdisciplinary Value Of Gross’S Exhibit Analyses, Gregory J. Schneider-Bateman 2014 University of Wisconsin - Stout

Why The Museum? The Disciplinary And Interdisciplinary Value Of Gross’S Exhibit Analyses, Gregory J. Schneider-Bateman

Poroi

No abstract provided.


Museums As Our New Epic Theatre, Mariko Izumi 2014 Columbus State University

Museums As Our New Epic Theatre, Mariko Izumi

Poroi

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Ecology Emerges: A Disciplinary Social Drama, Chris McCracken 2014 Kent State University

Ecology Emerges: A Disciplinary Social Drama, Chris Mccracken

Poroi

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When We Can’T Wait On Truth: The Nature Of Rhetoric In The Rhetoric Of Science, Nathan Crick 2014 Texas A&M

When We Can’T Wait On Truth: The Nature Of Rhetoric In The Rhetoric Of Science, Nathan Crick

Poroi

When Alan Gross published The Rhetoric of Science in 1990, he helped initiate a productive controversy concerning the place of rhetoric in science studies while arguing for the continued importance of the classical rhetorical tradition. However, in his 2006 revision, Starring the Text, Gross significantly draws back the classical emphasis while making more central the place of the American analytic philosophical tradition stemming from the foundational logical writings of W.V.O Quine. This essay interrogates this shift in Gross’s writings in order to find the working definition of rhetoric that threads throughout his work. This definition, I argue ...


Rhetoric And Liberation, Thomas Kuhn 2014 University of Iowa

Rhetoric And Liberation, Thomas Kuhn

Poroi

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Collaborating With Alan Gross, Arthur Walzer 2014 University of Minnesota

Collaborating With Alan Gross, Arthur Walzer

Poroi

Collaborating with Alan Gross


Bibliography Of The Works Of Alan G. Gross, Alan G. Gross 2014 University of Minnesota

Bibliography Of The Works Of Alan G. Gross, Alan G. Gross

Poroi

Bibliography of the Works of Alan G. Gross


Understanding Scientific Communication: A Collaboration With Alan G. Gross By Joseph E. Harmon, Joseph E. Harmon 2014 Argonne National Laboratory

Understanding Scientific Communication: A Collaboration With Alan G. Gross By Joseph E. Harmon, Joseph E. Harmon

Poroi

No abstract provided.


Enhancing The Epistemological Project In The Rhetoric Of Science: Information Infrastructure As Tool For Identifying Epistemological Commitments In Scientific And Technical Communities., Nathan Johnson 2014 Purdue University

Enhancing The Epistemological Project In The Rhetoric Of Science: Information Infrastructure As Tool For Identifying Epistemological Commitments In Scientific And Technical Communities., Nathan Johnson

Poroi

Enhancing the Epistemological Project in the Rhetoric of Science: Information Infrastructure as Tool for Identifying Epistemological Commitments in Scientific and Technical Communities. Article discusses how the STS concept of infrastructural provides a mesolayer approach to understand global issues in science with rhetorical methodology.


The Rhetoric Of (Interdisciplinary) Science: Visuals And The Construction Of Facts In Nanotechnology, Heather Graves 2014 University of Alberta

The Rhetoric Of (Interdisciplinary) Science: Visuals And The Construction Of Facts In Nanotechnology, Heather Graves

Poroi

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