2 edition of Aristotle and Confucius on Rhetoric and Truth found in the catalog.
|Statement||Taylor & Francis Group|
|Publishers||Taylor & Francis Group|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 135 p. :|
|Number of Pages||74|
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The arguments of the philosophers evidently go hand in hand with real life experiences, centuries after their existence on earth. Author : Benjamin Isadore Schwartz Publisher : Harvard University Press Release : 2009-06-30 Page : 490 Category : History ISBN 13 : 0674043316 Description : The center of this prodigious work of scholarship is a fresh examination of the range of Chinese culture thought during the formative period of Chinese culture.
She does this because she needs a tool similar to the Confucian dao-the-way in Aristotelian philosophy. The current study argues that different cultures can coexist better today if we focus not only on what separates them but also on what connects them. The book shows that Confucian harmony is a dynamic, generative process, which seeks to balance and reconcile differences and conflicts through creativity.
This insight may indeed help mutual understanding in cross-cultural encounters.
In the discourse of the virtues, teachers and scholars of writing are offered a common language and a shared narrative—a story that speaks to the inherent purpose of the writing class and to what is at stake in teaching writing in the twenty-first century.
This insight may indeed help mutual understanding in cross-cultural encounters. Author : Sally Dalton-Brown Publisher : Springer Release : 2015-06-03 Page : 227 Category : Science ISBN 13 : 3319182331 Description : This book addresses questions surrounding the feasibility of a global approach to ethical governance of science and technology.
Ray Heisey Publisher: Rodopi ISBN: 9042004541 Category: History Page: 370 View: 450 This volume offers unique interdisciplinary views on issues in communication and culture with a central focus on Chinese perspectives as China and the world face the 21st century.
For him rhetoric has a dynamic dimension as it is used to inquire into the truth of things. Regrettably there is a slight inconsistency in the presentation of non-English terminology.
This way of doing ethics is shared by Confucius. And in that way, she may have achieved her aim to further cross-cultural communication in the globalized 21st century. In five very well structured chapters the first two on Aristotle and Confucius respectively and then the last three on different approaches to rhetoric—rhetorical probability, rhetorical reasoning, rhetorical education—in both the Greek and Chinese traditions the author analyzes the different traditions and their history.
She fails to acknowledge this substantial difficulty.
Xing Lu examines language art, persuasion, and argumentation in ancient China and offers a detailed and authentic account of ancient Chinese rhetorical theories and practices in the society's philosophical, political, cultural, and linguistic contexts. In the discourse of the virtues, teachers and scholars of writing are offered a common language and a shared narrative—a story that speaks to the inherent purpose of the writing class and to what is at stake in teaching writing in the twenty-first century.
Author : Jiyuan Yu Publisher : Routledge Release : 2013-05-24 Page : 276 Category : Philosophy ISBN 13 : 1136748555 Description : As a comparative study of the virtue ethics of Aristotle and Confucius, this book explores how they each reflect upon human good and virtue out of their respective cultural assumptions, conceptual frameworks, and philosophical perspectives.
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