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Contents Acknowledgments Chapter 1--Introduction Rethinking the Socratic Dialogue Bakhtin, Dialogue, and the Rhetorical Tradition Dialogical Rhetoric as Testing, Contesting, Creating Ideas Chapter 2--The Traditional Socrates: Dialogue, Rhetoric, Dialectic Socrates' Life and Work The Philosophical/Rhetorical Tradition: From Dialogue to Dialectic and Rhetoric The British Empirical Tradition: Logic and Socratic Negative Dialectic The Dialogical Tradition: Testing/Contesting/Creating Ideas Chapter 3--Mikhail Bakhtin, Dialogical Rhetoric, and the Socratic Dialogue Bakhtin's Life and Works Dialogical Rhetoric as an Exchange of Utterances Bakhtin and the Socratic Dialogue The Socratic Dialogue as Novelistic Reading Texts Contextually and Extratextually Chapter 4--Cultural Conflict and the Testing of Persons and Ideas in the Laches Cultural Conflict from Homer to Socrates Cultural Conflict in the Homeric Epics Anacrisis and Syncrisis: Testing Persons and Ideas Chapter 5--Truth as Dialogic: Creating a Cultural Hybrid in the Protagoras Protagoras versus Socrates? Cooperative Discussion: Creating a Cultural Hybrid Cooperation or Contestation? Chapter 6--Dialogue as Carnival: Contesting Cultural and Rhetorical Practices in the Gorgias Gorgias versus Socrates? Carnivalistic Debate: Contesting Cultural and Rhetorical Practices Dialogue on the Threshold: The Contest of the Just Life Epilogue--Dialogical Rhetoric in Print and Digital Media Cultural Conflict and Old/New Media Testing Cultural Differences in Printed Texts Contesting Cultural Authority in Digital Discussion Groups Creating a Digital Community across a Cultural Divide Notes Works Cited
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Plato, Dialogues, Socrates, Bakhtin, M, M, (Mikhail Mikhaĉilovich), 1895-1975, Dialogue analysis, Rhetoric