As the end of 2017 approached, I submitted an application to hopefully be accepted into a particular M.A. program in Rhetoric, Writing, and Culture. It is there that I hope to research and present information on supporting my ideas of the connections I see existent between rhetoric–its entrance into the rational mind of man and study and practice throughout the ages–and concepts under the umbrella of esotericism.
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Glossary: Key memes, counterfactuals, dog whistles, canards, euphemisms, innuendoes, insinuations, fake outrages, and obsessions in The Wall Street Journal and other GOP language factories and fever swamps, Jan 14-18, 2018
an unwavering commitment to the rule of law
rhetorical claim: when it comes to DACA or any immigration policy, what we need above all is an unwavering commitment to the rule of law, which we haven’t had for decades. 1,573 more words
It seems to me that the concept of privilege as it is commonly understood, is used to include two very different things. That is, when someone talks about someone having privilege, they can be speaking of one of two types of things, which are themselves very different. 1,636 more words