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He is also the author of The Office of Assertion: An Art of Rhetoric for the Academic Essay (2005).

He is also the author of The Office of Assertion: An Art of Rhetoric for the Academic Essay (2005). Pages with related products.

Although there are a number of book-length studies of rhetoric in Shakespeare's plays .

Although there are a number of book-length studies of rhetoric in Shakespeare's plays, With What Persuasion discerns a distinctly Shakespearean ethics of the art of rhetoric in them. In this interdisciplinary book, Scott F. Crider draws upon the Aristotelian traditions of poetics, rhetoric, and ethics to show how Shakespeare addresses fundamental ethical questions that arise during the public and private rhetorical situations Shakespeare represents in his plays.

Scott Forrest Crider. The dissertation's argument is that there is an ethics of rhetoric in the plays, an argument about the power of speech to influence action, an argument against torture and exploitation, an argument for creative rhetoric that yet acknowledges the difficulty of such rhetoric.

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Scott Crider received his P. from University of California, Riverside. With What Persuasion: An Essay on Shakespeare and the Ethics of Rhetoric (Studies in Shakespeare, Vol. 18). New York: Peter Lang, 2009

Scott Crider received his P. New York: Peter Lang, 2009. The Office of Assertion: An Art of Rhetoric for the Academic Essay. Wilmington, Delaware: ISI Books, 2005. Figures Unethical: Circumlocution and Evasion in Macbeth. The Routledge Companion to Shakespeare and Philosophy. Eds. Craig Bourne and Emily Caddick Bourne.

With what persuasion: An essay on Shakespeare and the ethics of rhetoric. The story of the moor of Venice translated from the Italian with two essays on Shakespeare and preliminary observations. London: Cadell and Davis. New York: Peter Lang Publishing. No faith in physic’ masquerades of medicine on stage and off. In S. Moss & K. L. Peterson (Ed., Disease, diagnosis, and cure on the early modern stage. Redmond, M. J. (2009). Shakespeare, politics, and Italy.

Scott Crider has done what I thought impossible: he has found the strong elements of current composition theory .

The result is a brief, lucid, yet thorough introduction to rhetoric for students, as well as a handy refresher for their professors. Young, Professor of English, North Carolina State University. In The Office of Assertion: the Art of Rhetoric Scott Crider has written a brief, elegant text on a topic all too often treated esoterically.

The Shakespeare authorship question is the argument that someone other than William Shakespeare of Stratford-upon-Avon wrote the works attributed to him. collective term for adherents of the various ip theorie.

The study of rhetoric developed alongside democracy in fifth-century .

The study of rhetoric developed alongside democracy in fifth-century Athens. As the court system grew, so did the need for lawyers, and persuasive speech. William Shakespeare, Richard III. Military commanders often use rhetoric to motivate troops. In Shakespeare’s Richard III, the king gives his soldiers a speech on the eve of battle in which he calls his enemies vagabonds and their leader, Henry Tudor, a bloody tyrant.

A frivolous argument or inflated claim is often dismissed with the reply, "That's just rhetoric!". But as Scott Crider explains in The Office of Assertion, the classical tradition of rhetoric is both a productive and a liberal art. The ability to employ rhetoric successfully can enable the student, as an effective communicator, to reflect qualities of soul through argument. In that sense, rhetoric is much more than a technical skill. Crider addresses the intelligent university student with respect and humor

Although there are a number of book-length studies of rhetoric in Shakespeare’s plays, With What Persuasion discerns a distinctly Shakespearean ethics of the art of rhetoric in them. In this interdisciplinary book, Scott F. Crider draws upon the Aristotelian traditions of poetics, rhetoric, and ethics to show how Shakespeare addresses fundamental ethical questions that arise during the public and private rhetorical situations Shakespeare represents in his plays. Informed by the Greek, Roman, and English poetic and rhetorical traditions, With What Persuasion offers close readings of a selection of plays – Hamlet, Julius Caesar, Henry the 5th, All’s Well That Ends Well, Othello, Measure for Measure, and The Winter’s Tale – to answer universal questions about human speech and association, answers that refute a number of contemporary literary and rhetorical theory’s assumptions about language and power. Crider argues that this Shakespearean ethics could assist us in our own historical moment as we in the liberal, multicultural West try to refound, without coercion, ethical principles to bind us to one another.