Rhetoric

Meditations on Augustine

by Joe Weil Arts & Society
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In terms of revelation, this most well-reasoned church father, this prince of rhetoricians, this ghost that haunts the whole of Derrida is left weeping violently under a fig tree and allowing the chanting voice of some gender undetermined child to determine the course for the rest of his life.

Clubs and Societies: Dorkbot Sydney

by THEthe Poetry Blog Editors Red Room
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Dorkbot Sydney is a regular social gathering for “people doing strange things with electricity”.

More Rhetorical Devices

by Joe Weil Poetry and Poetics
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Language is often a hopeless (thank God) matter of almosts that fail to be 100 percent accurate

On Rhetorical Devices and Their Use

by Joe Weil Poetry and Poetics
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If you want to escape all rhetoric, you are out of luck.

Presence beyond the spoken or written word

by Joe Weil Poetry and Poetics
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I always think that a poem “off the page” becomes an “act” of language rather than a poem, a thing made out of words.

Gatekeepers of Literary Greatness: On Piety

by Joe Weil Aesthetics
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In the full complexity of human constructs piety is the rhetoric of conflicting and supposedly coherent values.

100 Chimes at Midnight

by Adam Fitzgerald Aesthetics
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FALSTAFF:
My king! my Jove! I speak to thee, my heart!