Rhetoric's Sensorium Public

This essay reflects on the last 100 years of sensation in the journal to figure out where and when scholars in the field have concerned themselves with sensuous activity, how that activity is seen to interact with language, knowledge, and speech. The past can serve to some extent as a “rough guide,” showing gaps and leaps as well as modeling specific approaches.

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Creator
Debra Hawhee
Keyword
Emotion
Sensation
Affect
Rhetoric
Sensorium
Feeling
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 https://doi.org/10.18113/S1G632
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