John Pym, Ideographs, and the Rhetoric of Opposition to the English Crown

  title={John Pym, Ideographs, and the Rhetoric of Opposition to the English Crown},
  author={Jim A. Kuypers and Matthew T. Althouse},
  journal={Rhetoric Review},
  pages={225 - 245}
Historians give John Pym due credit as a successful Parliamentarian; rhetorical critics examine Pym's prowess as an orator. Both perspectives focus on Pym's management of issues of the day and do not account for his masterful appropriation of political language. We conduct an ideographic analysis of twelve of his addresses to Parliament between 1640 and 1643. His discourse reveals a crucial reformulation of  in relation to subsidiary ideographs, including , , and . These ideological innovations… 
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