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Writings about Renaissance and Early Modern rhetorics.
The Divorce of Probabalistic Mathematics from Forensic Rhetoric by Geoff Sauer — last modified 2004-08-30 12:03 PM
This paper suggests that the foundations of seventeenth-century probabilistic mathematics might well be rooted in part in forensic rhetoric.