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Crimes Against Logic: Exposing the Bogus Arguments of Politicians, Priests ...

Jamie Whyte - Language Arts & Disciplines - 2004 - 157 pages
British philosopher Jamie Whyte uses logic to expose what he sees as errors in reasoning, fallacies, and muddled thinking fed to the public by the media, politicians, religious ...
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Writing Business: Genres, Media and Discourses

Francesca Bargiela-Chiappini, Catherine Ross Nickerson - Business & Economics - 2014 - 360 pages
Offers an analysis of the genres and functions of written discourse in the business context involving a variety of modes of communication.
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Speaking Hatefully: Culture, Communication, and Political Action in Hungary

David Boromisza-Habashi - Language Arts & Disciplines - 2012 - 160 pages
In Speaking Hatefully, David Boromisza-Habashi focuses on the use of the term “hate speech” as a window on the cultural logic of political and moral struggle in public ...
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The Rhetoric of Intention in Human Affairs

Gary C. Woodward - Language Arts & Disciplines - 2013 - 180 pages
The Rhetoric of Intention in Human Affairs is an insightful account of the rhetorical and psychological habits we exhibit when we must explain the reasons others act. The ...
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It's Been Said Before: A Guide to the Use and Abuse of Cliches

Orin Hargraves - LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES - 2014 - 229 pages
Careful writers and speakers agree that clichés are generally to be avoided. However, nearly all of us continue to use them. Why do they persist in our language? In It's Been ...
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Speaking Hatefully: Culture, Communication, and Political Action in Hungary

David Boromisza-Habashi - Language Arts & Disciplines - 2012 - 160 pages
In Speaking Hatefully, David Boromisza-Habashi focuses on the use of the term “hate speech” as a window on the cultural logic of political and moral struggle in public ...
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