Cicero: On Duties

  title={Cicero: On Duties},
  author={Paul Mackendrick and C{\'i}cero and Miriam T. Griffin and E. M. Atkins},
  journal={Classical World},
Beyond Persuasion: Rhetoric as a Tool of Political Motivation
  • M. Hawley
  • Political Science
  • The Journal of Politics
  • 2021
The revival of scholarly interest in political rhetoric is salutary, but has unnecessarily focused on defending only the kind of rhetoric whose end is to persuade listeners to change their judgments.Expand
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