5 edition of John Rainolds"s Oxford lectures on Aristotle"s Rhetoric found in the catalog.
|Other titles||John Rainolds"s Oxford lectures.|
|Statement||edited and translated by Lawrence D. Green.|
|Contributions||Green, Lawrence D.|
|LC Classifications||PN173.A73 R3 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||469 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||469|
|LC Control Number||85040512|
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As editor and translator, Green states, "John Rainolds's Oxford Lectures is the earliest critical study of Aristotle's Rhetoric in England," and the only lectures to survive from the Tudor university classroom (9). As several scholars have noted, Rainolds's lectures rank as "one of the best examples of the humanistic method" in sixteenth Cited by: John Rainolds's Oxford Lectures on Aristotle's Rhetoric.
by John Rainolds. Green states, "John Rainolds's Oxford Lectures is the earliest critical study of Aristotle's Rhetoric in England," and the only lectures to survive from the Tudor university classroom (9). As several scholars have noted, Rainolds's lectures rank as "one of the best 5/5.
John Rainolds's Oxford lectures on Aristotle's Rhetoric. Newark [Del.]: University of Delaware Press ; London: Associated University Presses, © (OCoLC) Online version: Rainolds, John, John Rainolds's Oxford lectures on Aristotle's Rhetoric.
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Bradley's two major works, Shakespearean Tragedy (), and Oxford Lectures on Poetry (). All his published work was originally delivered in the form of lectures.
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John Rainoldss lectures on Aristotles Rhetoric at Oxford university, adopting Agricolas and Juan Luis Vivess perspectives, illustrate how Aristotles assumptions regarding rhetoric are useful in a modern context and consistent with a Christian mentality.
Rainoldss lectures, which constitute the only known. Jasper Ridley, John Knox (Oxford, ), ; Margaret H.B. Sanderson, Ayrshire and the Reformation: People and Change (East Lothian, ), 31 On Henry Balnaves see Hugh Watt, Henry Balnaves and the Scottish reforma-tion, RSCHS, 5 (), 32 Gerhard Mller, Protestant Theology in Scotland and Germany in the Early Days of.