Contingency, Immanence, and the Subject of Rhetoric

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Contingency, Immanence, and the Subject of Rhetoric considers rhetoric as the historical counterpoint of philosophical and religious discourses via its correspondences with antique rabbinic exegetical practices and contemporary psychoanalytic insights into causation. Timothy Richardson takes up the rabbinic position to demonstrate how traditional Greco-Christian rhetoric might be insufficient to account for what we now mean by rhetoric as a discipline.

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CONïNGENCY, ïMMANENCE,AND E SUBJECOREORïC
Contingency, Immanence, and the Subject of Rhetoric
Lauer Serîes în RHetorîc and Composîtîon Sééŝ Eôŝ: Càéé ôŝ, Pàçà Sûllvà, Tôàŝ Rçké, à Jéé Bày
Té Làûé Sééŝ  Réôç à Côôŝô ôôŝ é çôûôŝ Jàçé Làûé àŝ àé ô é éééçé ô Réôç à Côôŝô àŝ à ŝçlày ŝûy. ï ûlŝéŝ ŝçôlàŝ à çàéŝ ô Pôéŝŝô Làûé’ŝ vàé wôk  é ŝôy ô wé éô-ç, ŝçlày  çôôŝô ŝûéŝ, çôéôày éàôçàl éôy, à wé léàçy éôy à éŝéàç.
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Tôy Rçàŝô
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Davîd Metzger
Té àŝé “ï ŝ ô  éàvé” (lo basayîm î) àéàŝ ôçé  é ééw Blé (Deuteronomy/Devarîm30:12). TéBabylonîan Talmud àkéŝ éééçé ô  ô ŝx ôççàŝôŝ ô ŝô (Eûv 55à., Bàvà Mézà 59). A wé  ŝx éééçéŝ ô  Mîdras Rabba, ôŝ ô wç àé Devarîm Rabba, à çôlàô ô àç çôéàéŝ ô é ôôk ôDeuteronomy. Côéôày ŝçôlàŝ à çôûy léàéŝ (ô Cà Péélà ô Rà Wàlé ôôlkà) àvé àé ôô ûŝé ô é àŝé àŝ à àçô ô àûôzàô ô é ŝçûŝ-ŝôŝ ô é ûqûé éxàŝvééŝŝ ô àç ŝçôûŝé wéé ôy ôôŝ à ûllé vôçéŝ àé vàlûé à éŝévé. Péŝûàly,  “” ŝ ô  éàvé, é  ŝ ô ûŝ ô éçé à àç–à léàŝ àŝ-ûç àŝ é àjôy ô ûŝ çà é ééé àŝ à “ûvéŝàl àûéçé” ô “ŝôçàl çôŝçéçé.” Té “” ŝ éxéŝŝé vàôûŝly w ŝ çôûŝ: ŝôééŝ  ŝ “ŝ zvà”; ŝôééŝ  ŝ “é Tôà”;  ôé ŝàçéŝ,  ŝ ŝly “kôw wà ô ô ô kôw wà ŝ .” Fô Rçà-ŝô, é “” ŝ éôç. Réôç ŝ ô  éàvé, à— ŝ à-é—é éôéŝ éôç’ŝ ôôlôçàl ààvé (à léàŝ é ôé à éŝ w Plàô à Aŝôlé) ô à éxààô ô ô ôw éô-ç àŝ éé ààlzé û ôw ŝ ààély éléàûéé ŝàé àŝ ûçôé àŝ à éçéŝŝày à/élàôŝ éwéé wô à , çô à éàly, àŝçééçé à àéçé, élô à ŝ-ôy, éŝé à jôûŝŝàçé, Jûàŝ à Cŝày. Nô ôly ŝ ŝ à éçéŝŝày,  ŝ ŝô éçéŝŝày à  àkéŝ ô é çààçéŝçŝ ô à élàôŝ à, àŝ ŝûç, évôàéŝ é qûéŝô, “Wà ŝ é éôçàl ŝûjéç?” A  ôŝ ûŝ ô àŝk “Wà ŝ é Oé ô éôç?”
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