A Rhetoric and Philosophy of Gifts

A Rhetoric and Philosophy of Gifts synthesizes a scope of rhetorical and philosophical perspectives of the gift. Eberhardinger asks "What is the relationship between gifts and rhetoric?" She contextualizes the question throughout a review of related literature, analysis, examples, and personal anecdotes of overseas experiences. Les mer
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A Rhetoric and Philosophy of Gifts synthesizes a scope of rhetorical and philosophical perspectives of the gift. Eberhardinger asks "What is the relationship between gifts and rhetoric?" She contextualizes the question throughout a review of related literature, analysis, examples, and personal anecdotes of overseas experiences. Eberhardinger concludes the book by offering implications and opportunities for interpreting gifts, thereby addressing why the question concerning the relationship between gifts and rhetoric matters for the larger landscape of international relations, intercultural friendship, and peace-making. Scholars of communication, rhetoric, and philosophy will find this book particularly interesting.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Table of Contents

Introduction

Chapter 1 Objects as Gift

Chapter 2 Language as Gift

Chapter 3 Life and Death as Gifts

Chapter 4 The Possibility of Gift

Chapter 5 Gifts, Public Diplomacy, and Soft Power

Chapter 6 The Occasions When One Gives

Chapter 7 Towards an Anachronistic Gift

Conclusion

Om forfatteren

M. J. Eberhardinger holds a Ph.D. in rhetoric with a focus in philosophy of communication.