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Persuasion markers and ideology in eighteenth century philosophy texts ( CEPhiT )

  title={Persuasion markers and ideology in eighteenth century philosophy texts ( CEPhiT )},
  author={I. Dom{\'i}nguez},
The aim of this paper is to analyse the presence of persuasion markers in the eighteenth century texts of the Corpus of English Philosophy Texts (CEPhiT), a sub-corpus of the Coruña Corpus.2 It is also my intention to ascertain to what an extent the genteel, social and religious ideology of the period is present in both the texts and in prefaces to these works written by the authors themselves. The paper will be organized as follows. Section One describes the function of persuasion in the… Expand
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