Lecture 5: Kenneth Burke
Lecture five broadly addresses the work of the prolific American rhetorician Kenneth Burke. He was often criticized for his wide-ranging analyses, enlarging the field of rhetoric, including those aspects of everyday language that are moving and persuasive. This lecture attempts to contextualize his theories, laying the groundwork for further examination of his immense scope of scholarship.
Le cinquième cours porte sur l’œuvre du prolifique rhétoricien américain Kenneth Burke. On a souvent critiqué celui-ci pour ses analyses ambitieuses par lesquelles il a élargi le champ de la rhétorique, y compris ces aspects de la langue quotidienne qui sont émouvantes et persuasives. Ce cours tente de contextualiser ses théories, jetant ainsi les bases d’un examen ultérieur de son vaste savoir.
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