- "The rhetorical process functioned in many areas other than speech: Curtius wrote about 'rhetorical landscape representations' while Serpieris speaks of 'la retorica al teatro' (the rhetorical use of theatrical space), and music historians have learned that the language and approach of musical theory in the Middle Ages were borrowed directly from medieval grammar and rhetoric."
- “Language is rhetoric because it desires to convey only a doxa [opinion] not an episteme [knowledge]”
- (Nietzsche 1989, 23)
- I consider theology to be the rhetoric of morals.
- Ralph Waldo Emerson
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