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Intellectual Sanctification: A Biblical Theory Of Knowledge (Epistemology), Richard P. Tison Jan 2014

Intellectual Sanctification: A Biblical Theory Of Knowledge (Epistemology), Richard P. Tison

Richard P. Tison, Ph.D.

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The Making Of Servant-Leaders At A Christ-Centered School Of Pharmacy, Jeb Ballentine Jan 2014

The Making Of Servant-Leaders At A Christ-Centered School Of Pharmacy, Jeb Ballentine

Faculty Integration Papers

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Rhetorical Genre Theory And The Enactment Of Faith In The Composition Classroom, Heather N. Hill Jan 2014

Rhetorical Genre Theory And The Enactment Of Faith In The Composition Classroom, Heather N. Hill

Faculty Integration Papers

In James Berlin’s Rhetoric and Reality: Writing Instruction in American Colleges, 1900-1985 he argues that “every rhetorical system is based on epistemological assumptions about the nature of reality, the nature of the knower, and the rules governing the discovery and communication of the known” (4). Beginning with the debates between Plato and the sophists and running through the history of rhetoric to the likes of Wayne Booth on one side and William Covino on the other, rhetorical theorists have always been interested in debating the nature of reality, knowledge, morality, ethics, and T/truth. How one defines the status ...