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Eighteenth-century British logic and rhetoric.

Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, 1971.
ISBN 069106203X

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Subjects Aristotle.
English language -- 18th century -- Rhetoric.
English language -- Rhetoric.
Great Britain.
Hauptmann Gerhart -- Drama -- Naturalismus.
Hauptmann, Gerhart.
Logic -- Great Britain -- History -- 18th century.
Logic, Modern -- History.
Logic, Modern.
Logique moderne -- Histoire.
Philosophie anglaise -- 18e siècle.
Rhétorique -- 1500-1800.
Description xii, 742 pages ; 25 cm
Copyright Date 1971.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents The Aristotelian Inheritance in Logic (1615-1825) : Some Seventeenth-Century Peripatetics ; Bishop Sanderson and the Attack on Ramus ; Crakanthorp's Logicae Libri Quinque ; John Wallis's Institutio Logicae ; Dean Aldrich's Famous Artis Logicae Compendium ; Syllogism and Science: John Sergeant's View -- The Eighteenth-Century Ciceronians (1700-1759) : Rhetoric as the Countrepart of Logic ; John Ward's Lectures at Gresham College ; John Holmes's The Art of Rhetoric Made Easy ; Separative Tensions in Rhetoric: A Retrospect -- The British Elocutionary Movement (1702-1806) : Rhetorical Delivery Adopts a New Name ; Some Reflections on a Semantic Problem ; Why Delivery Aroused Urgent Interest ; Continental Backgrounds of British Elocution ; Le Faucheur's Traitte in England ; Betterton: Major Actor as Minor Elocutionist ; Some Rules for Speaking and Action ; Orator Henley: Preacher, Elocutionist, Merry-Andrew ; Mason's Essay on Elocution ; Action Proper for the Pulpit ; Sheridan: Minor Actor as Major Elocutionist ; Burgh, Herries, Walker, Austin -- The New Logic (1690-1814) : Seven Points of Friction ; John Locke and the New Logic ; Other Voices: Le Clerc, Crousaz, Watts, Duncan, Wolff ; The New Accent: Reid, Kames, Campbell, Stewart -- The New Rhetoric (1646-1800) : Rhetoric versus Rhetoric: A Litigation in Six Issues ; Voices of the Royal Society: Wilkins, Boyle, Sprat, Glanvill, Locke ; Influences from Abroad: Lamy, Fenelon, Rapin, Bouhours, Rollin ; The New Rhetoric Comes of Age: Adam Smith's Lectures at Edinburgh and Glasgow ; George Campbell and the Philosophical Rhetoric of the New Learning ; Discordant Consensus: Hume, Lawson, Priestley, Blair, Witherspoon.
Genre History.
Geographic Area England
Network Numbers (OCoLC)235183
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Howell, Wilbur Samuel, 1904-
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