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    Kenneth W. Thompson
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The issue of rhetoric and modern statesmanship is divided into four topics: the historical and philosophical background; problems of contemporary presidential rhetoric; the rhetoric of foreign policy and the rhetoric of discourse among statesmen.

The issue of rhetoric and modern statesmanship is divided into four topics: the historical and philosophical background; problems of contemporary presidential rhetoric; the rhetoric of foreign policy and the rhetoric of discourse among statesmen. David Clinton addresses Tocqueville, democracy, and the moral issue in American statecraft.

The Rhetoric of Modern Statesmanship Mar 10, 1992. by Kenneth W. Thompson.

The book is a study of moral reasoning approached first at the level of theory and examined thereafter in a series of foreign policy case studies including human . The Rhetoric of Modern Statesmanship.

The book is a study of moral reasoning approached first at the level of theory and examined thereafter in a series of foreign policy case studies including human rights and Soviet-American relations. Chapters deal with the use and abuse of norms, words and deeds in foreign policy and vision and reality in international politics. Format Paperback 120 pages. Dimensions 138 x 214 x 7mm 145g. Publication date 01 Sep 1987. Publisher University Press of America. Publication City/Country Lanham, MD, United States.

Kenneth W. Thompson was director emeritus of the White Burkett Miller Center of Public Affairs and J. Wilson . He was the author of many books on international relations, including Fathers of International Thought: The Legacy of Political Theory. Wilson Newman Professor Emeritus of government and foreign affairs at the University of Virginia. data-formswitch "ShowAlways" data-fwclientid a98b-ca5902afcc1a" data-fwfieldtype "CopyText" data-fwsubid "70017079" e "1" data-ignoredatalock. Thompson (August 29, 1921 – February 2, 2013) was an American academic and author known for his contributions to normative theory in international relations. In 1978 he became director of the Miller Center of Public Affairs at the University of Virginia. He retired as director in 1998, but continued to head its Forum Program until 2004. Thompson received his P. from the University of Chicago in 1950 and taught there and at Northwestern University from 1949 to 1955

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Addressing Postmodernity examines the relationship between rhetoric and social change and the ways human beings transform social relations through the purposeful use of symbols. Through a close reading of Kenneth Burke's major works, A Grammar of Motives, A Rhetoric of Motives, and The Rhetoric of Religion: Studies in Logology, Barbara Biesecker addresses the critical topic of the fragmentation of the contemporary lifeworld.

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The Rhetoric of Economics Author(s): Donald N. McCloskey Source: Journal of Economic Literature, Vol. 21, No. .I. Rhetoric Is Disciplined Conversation. These points, elaborated below, amount to an appeal to examine the rhetoric of economics.

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This paper argues that, while Kenneth Burke may be placed by some writers squarely in either the modern or the . The first section briefly traces the outline of Burke's philosophy of rhetoric

This paper argues that, while Kenneth Burke may be placed by some writers squarely in either the modern or the postmodern tradition, Burke participates in both. The first section briefly traces the outline of Burke's philosophy of rhetoric. With that framework as a backdrop, the second section examines Burke's relationship to the modernist movements in aesthetics and criticism, and the third section examines his relationship to the postmodern movements.

The issue of rhetoric and modern statesmanship is divided into four topics: the historical and philosophical background; problems of contemporary presidential rhetoric; the rhetoric of foreign policy and the rhetoric of discourse among statesmen. David Clinton addresses Tocqueville, democracy, and the moral issue in American statecraft. Halford Ryan looks at FDR's presidential rhetoric; Robert Orben examines speechmaking in the Ford administration; Gaddis Smith turns his attention to Carter's political rhetoric and Tom Griscom concentrates on Reagan's rhetoric. In the area of foreign policy, Forrest C. Pogue dissects the Marshall Plan and the Harvard speech; General George M. Seignious II evaluates the rhetoric and reality of change in the Soviet Union and Ambassador John W. Tuthill gives us Jean Monnet-the man and the vision. In conclusion, Ladd Hamilton looks at presidential rhetoric and political discourse while Russell Baker provides an overview of presidential humor, rhetoric, and social criticism. Co-published with the Miller Center of Public Affairs.