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Rhetoric, Athletics, and the Sophists' Three Rs

For rhetoric and composition, the last decade of the 20th century might be deemed "The Return of the Ancients." Scholars have reclaimed, refigured and reread Aristotle, Isocrates and the sophists, delineating ways in which these ancient figures might help reframe or reconsider contemporary debates about pedagogy. Hawhee explores the connection between rhetorical training and athletic training. Greek culture is highly agonistic and, as with most civic activities in antiquity, these endeavors were decidedly masculine.

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Debra Hawhee
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Culture
Rhetoric
Sports
Greek Civilization
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 https://doi.org/10.18113/S15W4J
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