Once upon a time I published an article on casuistry in the Oxford University Press Encyclopedia of Rhetoric.
I mention “Five Facets of Phronesis in Rhetorical Reasoning” near the end of that article. The role of phronesis in rhetorical reasoning is the most interesting of any intellectual process I’ve studied. I think these two pieces compliment one another quite well, and “Five Facets” is, in fact, the most significant contribution to rhetorical theory of which I am capable. Enjoy! (I would be interested to read your thoughts on this blog. CLICK ON THE TITLE OF THIS POST IF YOU WISH TO COMMENT!)
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