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Table of Contents Acknowledgments Introduction Chapter One: Examining the Master of Rhetoric The Prelude The Ensnaring of Gorgias, Part One The Ensnaring of Gorgias, Part Two Chapter Two: Polus and the Dispute about Justice Socrates' Description of Rhetoric Are Rhetoricians Powerful? The Turn to Justice and the Socratic Thesis Polus' "Refutation" of Socrates Socrates' "Refutation" of Polus Chapter Three: The Confrontation between Socrates and Callicles Callicles' Opening Speech Socrates' Examination of Callicles' View of Justice Moderation vs. Immoderation, and the Question of Hedonism Chapter Four: Socrates' Situation and the Rehabilitation of Rhetoric Noble Rhetoric, the Order of the Soul, and the Socratic Thesis Socrates' Situation, the Question of Assimilation, and the Issue of Self-Protection The Logos about the Afterlife Conclusion: A Final Reflection on Noble Rhetoric Bibliography
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Rhetoric -- Philosophy.