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A Neglected Rhetorical Classic
Discursive Virtuosity and Practical Virtu
The Politics of Rhetorical Invention
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ability action algorithmic alternative appear Aristotle Aristotle's audience autonomy become character choice circumstances citizens Civic Virtue claims conception consequences contrast debate depends Descartes difficult Discourses on Livy Discursive Virtuosity distinction ends epideictic essentially contested concept ethics of principles examples force formal fortune heuristic history of prudence human ideology illocutionary act imitation innovation intellectual J.G.A. Pocock judgment knowledge language Machia Machiavelli matter means metahistory methods military mode moral Moral Luck Neglected Rhetorical Classic Notes to Chapter old politics one's Paradigms and Princes particular phronesis Pitkin Plato Pocock Politics of Rhetorical possible practical reason Practical Virtu prince's problem of prudence promptuary Protagoras prudential question readers reading relation republic requires Rhetorical Invention rhetorical politics Rhetorical Virtues Roman republic rule sense shows Socrates sort stability strategy success teaching theory things tical tion topical invention velli Virtu Universalized Virtuosity and Practical