A rhetoric for a formation of intention
Marshaling current research in philosophy, psychology, theology, and linguistics, Heidt's challenging study focuses on the rhetorical process of intentionality as it is represented in literature. Offering a new, multi-disciplinary approach to the question, Heidt searches texts for linguistic/rhetorical elements independent of reader and author yet supporting intentional truths.
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