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A Revolution in Tropes

Alloiostrophic Rhetoric

By Jane S. Sutton, Mari Lee Mifsud

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A Revolution in Tropes is a groundbreaking study of rhetoric and tropes. Theorizing new ways of seeing rhetoric and its relationship with democratic deliberation, Jane Sutton and Mari Lee Mifsud explore and display alloiosis as a trope of difference, exception, and radical otherness. Their argument centers on Aristotle's theory of rhetoric through particular tropes of similarity that sustained a vision of civic discourse but at the same time underutilized tropes of difference. When this vision is revolutionized, democratic deliberation can perform and advance its ends of equality, justice, and freedom. Marie-Odile N. Hobeika and Michele Kennerly join Sutton and Mifsud in pushing the limits of rhetoric by engaging rhetoric alloiostrophically. Their collective efforts work to display the possibilities of what rhetoric can be. A Revolution in Tropes will appeal to scholars of rhetoric, philosophy, and communication

Product code: 9780739195048

ISBN 9780739195048
This book seeks to bring the problem of difference into the ongoing discussions vis-a-vis democratic deliberations about advancing rhetorical theory through the trope of the other, alloiosis, defined as the figure of difference, exception, and radical otherness.