Cichocka H. Foss S. Korolko M. Perelman Ch.
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The AIM of the course is to present in a concise way the history and theory of rhethoric with some elements of practice. The students are to learn not about the history of rhethoric but the formation of tool to examine any text according to requirements that were put by the authors.
It will also be shown how to create and analyse any text using the rhethoric tools. The main focus will be on presenting rhethoric as a theory and practice of argumentation based on probability. The Aim is obvious: to provide students with some information on history and theory of rhethoric and the basis of rhethoric practice. During the course students will learn to:. Introduction: the beginnings of rhethoric in Greece; rhethoric outside Europe. Platon and Aristotle: basic problems of theory and practice of rhethorics.
The problem of Philodemus. Rhethoric practice part I: practice exercises for students preceeded by group analysis during the class. Rhethoric in the Middle Ages: artes problem; problems of arabic rhethoric; hebrew rhethoric problems;. Discussion on the first exercise - optional: presentation of the best exercises. Rhethoric and Humanism, part I: Greek rhethoric tradition; schooling; first attempts of synthesis.
Rhethoric and Humanism, part II, reform of P. Ramus, rhethoric of 17 century [I. Vossius]; Polish tradition. Rhethoric and the Enlightment: I. Kant, H Blair and pre-Romaticism; dictionaries.
Rhethoric of 19 century: editions; new research; synthesis of theory and history of rhethoric. Modern Rhethoric, part I, development of rhethoric in the 20 century;. Modern Rhethoric, part III: an attempt of synthesis - rhethorical culture. Weinberg B. Quintilianus M. Radermacher, t. I, II i X, por. Russell, t. Historisches Woerterbuch der Rhetorik, wyd. Jens, G. Ueding, t. Lausberg H. Cichocka H. Frankowska-Terlecka M. Fumaroli M. Grzesiowski M. Kennedy G. Korolko M.
Przewodnik encyklopedyczny, Warszawa. Historia - Teoria - Praktyka. Meynet R. Perelman Ch. Wilkinson, P. Weaver, Notre Dame-Indiana, London.
Skwara M. Volkmann R. Cichocka, J. Skip to main menu Skip to submenu Skip to content. Print syllabus. Course descriptions are protected by copyright. Copyright by University of Warsaw. University of Warsaw - Central Authentication System. You are not logged in log in. Institute of Polish Literature. General university courses General university courses in Faculty of Polish Studies.
During the course students will learn to: - to distinguish basic stages of rhethoric development - to master the basis of rhethoric to be able to analyse and create any text, - to master the basis of rhethoric argumentation techniques, - to understand the trends of modern rhethoric research, - to observe the specifics and uniqueness of the Polish achievements in rhethoric - in the world perspective.
Students will also develop skills such as: - distinguishing rhethoric tools that are used to build argumentation based on the probability thinking in any text, - distinguishing argumentation used by the orator in any text, - analysing and creating and to some extent presenting texts.
The list of subjects: 1. Platon and Aristotle: basic problems of theory and practice of rhethorics 3. The problem of Philodemus 4. Rhethoric in Rome: Rhetorica ad Hernnium; M.
Cicero 5. Rhethoric in Rome: M. Quintilianus 6. Rhethoric in Bizancium : general view; Students prepare Exercise 1: 7. Rhethoric practice part I: practice exercises for students preceeded by group analysis during the class 8. Rhethoric in the Middle Ages: artes problem; problems of arabic rhethoric; hebrew rhethoric problems; Discussion on the first exercise - optional: presentation of the best exercises 9.
Rhethoric and Humanism, part I: Greek rhethoric tradition; schooling; first attempts of synthesis Students prepare exercise II Vossius]; Polish tradition Kant, H Blair and pre-Romaticism; dictionaries Discussion on the second exercise Rhethoric of 19 century: editions; new research; synthesis of theory and history of rhethoric Modern Rhethoric, part I, development of rhethoric in the 20 century; Rhethoric Practice, part II practical exercises for students Modern Rhethoric, part III: an attempt of synthesis - rhethorical culture Discussion on the third exercise - presentation of the best one Students are evaluated on the basis of: - participation in the class - preparation of the exercises - individual attempts to gain knowledge of the subject - Final exercise and the other exercises are very important for the final grade.
Madyda M. Podbielski, Warszawa Cyceron M. Noricio, Torino Cyceron M. Rykaczewski, t. Witwicki, Warszawa Quintilianus M. Przewodnik encyklopedyczny, Warszawa Kraus J. Chomicz, Warszawa Perelman Ch. This course is not currently offered.
Chaïm Perelman (1912–1984)
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History and theory of rhethoric - from the ancient to modern times
Cichocka H. Foss S. Korolko M. Perelman Ch.
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