Rhetoric of the Human Sciences
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Original Series Description
Rhetoric of the Human Sciences is a series devoted to the analysis of various disciplines, not as the “sciences” they sometimes claim to be, but as “rhetorics”—that is, as system of belief and practice, each of which has its own characteristic form and structure. Although the authors write from a variety of perspectives, they share a common interest in understanding and criticizing the intellectual, linguistic, and cultural methods of these disciplines. The volumes not only enhance the understanding of the individual fields from which they are written, but—taken together—form a new critical force.
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The Ecole Normale Supérieure and the Right
Essays on the Rhetoric and Poetics of the Law
Language and Historical Representation
Getting the Story Crooked
The Rhetoric of Economics