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Writings from and Greek and Roman rhetorics.
The Cicero Homepage by Geoff Sauer — last modified 2005-03-12 04:53 PM
A website with primary texts, criticism and discussion of Cicero's rhetorics.
Cicero on the Genres of Rhetoric by Geoff Sauer — last modified 2005-04-19 09:48 PM
A translation by John F. Tinkler of selected Ciceronian texts dealing with the deliberative and demonstrative genres.
Diotima: Women and Gender in the Ancient World by Geoff Sauer — last modified 2005-03-12 04:55 PM
Diotima serves as an interdisciplinary resource for anyone interested in patterns of gender around the ancient Mediterranean.
Classical Rhetoric: An Introduction by Geoff Sauer — last modified 2004-09-06 04:17 PM
An history of classical rhetoric for students new to the field.
Gorgias by Geoff Sauer — last modified 2004-08-29 08:09 AM
Under the cover of discussing rhetoric, many themes are introduced.
On the Genres of Rhetoric by Geoff Sauer — last modified 2004-08-30 12:15 PM
A translation of selected Ciceronian texts dealing with the deliberative and demonstrative genres.
On Interpretation by admin — last modified 2004-08-25 11:16 PM
A review of the fundamentals of language and meaning.
On Sophistical Refutations by Geoff Sauer — last modified 2004-08-29 07:59 AM
A discussion of fallacies in argument and reasoning.
Phaedrus by Geoff Sauer — last modified 2004-08-29 08:11 AM
Phaedrus has been spending the morning with Lysias, the celebrated rhetorician, when he is met by Socrates.
Poetics by admin — last modified 2004-08-29 08:02 AM
Discusses the nature of quality narrative.
Rhetoric by Geoff Sauer — last modified 2004-08-25 11:13 PM
An online version of Aristotle's Rhetoric is based on the translation of noted classical scholar W. Rhys Roberts.
Quintilian's Institutes of Oratory by Geoff Sauer — last modified 2006-09-13 03:12 PM
A hypertext version of Quintilian's Institutes of Oratory.
Sophist by Geoff Sauer — last modified 2004-08-29 08:14 AM
The Sophist is not merely a teacher of rhetoric for a fee, but an ideal of Plato's in which the falsehood of all mankind is reflected.