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rivalry between rhetoric and philosophy in Greek education and culture.

Thomas James Grew

rivalry between rhetoric and philosophy in Greek education and culture.

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Thesis (Ph. D.)--The Queen"s University of Belfast, 1973.

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The struggle between philosophy and rhetoric has a long past. It is rooted in the earliest Greek writings. For the Grees, rhetoric and philosophy cannot be separated from cultural and political reality. Indeed this conflict provides the arena for the definition of Greek life.

In the Homeric Age, emphasis was on physical : Evelyn K. Moore. EDUCATION AND RHETORIC, GREEK. Rhetoric, or the art of using words effectively, was closely linked to education in ancient Greece.

Even after the introduction of the written alphabet in the s B.C., the Greeks transmitted information primarily through public speech.

During the s B.C., training in rhetoric increased rapidly, especially in. EDUCATION AND RHETORIC, ROMAN. The ancient Romans adopted many aspects of their culture from that of the ancient Greeks, especially after all of Greece became part of the Roman Empire in B.C.

This was certainly the case with the educational practices and rhetoric* of the Romans. The rivalry between Plato and Isocrates has begun to receive scholarly attention, primarily because both Plato and Isocrates used the term philosophia to describe their : Ekaterina Haskins.

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