Frances Power Cobbe’s Stranger-Guest Rhetorics in “Life in Donegal”

@inproceedings{Cameron2015FrancesPC,
  title={Frances Power Cobbe’s Stranger-Guest Rhetorics in “Life in Donegal”},
  author={Kelly Cameron},
  year={2015}
}
The sophists’ rejection of transcendent truths and eternal values, their ability to move a popular audience with a range of rhetorical techniques, their interest in social exigencies: all formed a dark “shadow” of timeless Platonic idealism and the frozen perfection of Aristotelian logic. There is much about the well-known lore of their historical existence which contributes to the impression of “otherness.” They were all aliens, stranger-guests to Athens, who impressed its citizens with their… CONTINUE READING

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