The authors of this volume explore rhetorical and discursive strategies used to negotiate and establish legitimate knowledge and its disciplinary boundaries to make scientific knowledge interesting outside academic settings as well and to manage covert knowledge in different social and political contexts. Argumentation as an intellectual tool in the knowledge society christian plantin rhetoric of science fixed and changing modes of scientific discourse maria freddi knowledge and power through discourse and how to gain insights into rhetorical strategies through linguistic analysis despite foucault paul danler. Rhetoric of science is a body of scholarly literature exploring the notion that the practice of science is a rhetorical activity it emerged following a number of similarly oriented disciplines during the late 20th century including the disciplines of sociology of scientific knowledge history of science and philosophy of science but it is practiced most fully by rhetoricians in departments
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