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Subject: Re: question of rhetorical strategies
Date: Thu, 28 Feb 2002 16:01:48 +0800


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many people have dealt with N's style(s)/rhetoric as being fundamental to his "thinking" or "philosophy" (though i'm not sure about "creating different audiences"--creating different "ideas" would be the more essential point i think): the classical ones would be Derrida in the 1970's, "N's Styles," and de Man (also in 70's?), "Allegories of Reading";  Berndt Magnus et al in "Nietzsche's Case" maybe 10 years ago, and very recently R. Gooding-Williams in "N's Dionysian Modernism" and Douglas Thomas in "Reading N. Rhetorically".....fws

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  From: Julie Varvaro
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  Does anyone know of any good books that deal directly with N's rhetorical strategies and usages of different styles to create different types of audiences?
  
  the only person that i know of that really takes any of this into account is lampert.
  
  

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many people have dealt with N's style(s)/rhetoric as being fundamental to his "thinking" or "philosophy" (though i'm not sure about "creating different audiences"--creating different "ideas" would be the more essential point i think): the classical ones would be Derrida in the 1970's, "N's Styles," and de Man (also in 70's?), "Allegories of Reading";  Berndt Magnus et al in "Nietzsche's Case" maybe 10 years ago, and very recently R. Gooding-Williams in "N's Dionysian Modernism" and Douglas Thomas in "Reading N. Rhetorically".....fws
 
----- Original Message -----
From: Julie Varvaro
To: nietzsche-AT-lists.village.virginia.edu
Sent: Wednesday, February 27, 2002 8:52 PM
Subject: question of rhetorical strategies

 
 
Does anyone know of any good books that deal directly with N's rhetorical strategies and usages of different styles to create different types of audiences?
 
the only person that i know of that really takes any of this into account is lampert.
 
 
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