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  1. The rhetoric of hegemony: Laclau, radical democracy, and the rule of tropes.Michael Kaplan - 2010 - Philosophy and Rhetoric 43 (3):253-283.
    The work of Ernesto Laclau (both with and without his occasional collaborator, Chantal Mouffe) has exerted considerable influence in rhetorical studies over the past two decades. Emerging alongside the so-called epistemic and cultural turns, the project of "critical rhetoric" and cognate endeavors have found in Laclau a revision of Gramsci's hegemony thesis that places discursive—and thus, evidently, rhetorical—operations at the center of politics, culture, and social processes generally. While Raymie McKerrow's seminal essay (1989) drew on Laclau and Mouffe to outline (...)
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    Culture +rhetoric: Studies in rhetoric and culture (review).Michael Kaplan - 2011 - Philosophy and Rhetoric 44 (2):194-204.
    The publication two decades ago of a collection of essays on the "rhetorical turn" in the natural and social sciences consolidated what had already become a peculiar academic ritual, wherein discipline after discipline discovered, or found itself confronted by, the rhetorical foundations of its own knowledge claims (Simons 1990). The discovery should not have been as shocking as it was, since a robust if often dormant or suppressed tradition dating back to the Sophists had insisted, frequently against fashion, that all (...)
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    Linking genotypes with phenotypes in human retinal degenerations: Implications for future research and treatment.Michael W. Kaplan - 1995 - Behavioral and Brain Sciences 18 (3):478-479.
    Although undoubtedly it will be incomplete by the time it is published, the target article by Daiger et al. organizes mutations in genes that produce retinal degenerations in humans into categories of clinically relevant phenotypes. Such classifications should help us understand the link between altered photoreceptor cell proteins and subsequent cell death, and they may yield insight into methods for preventing consequent blindness.
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    Lacan in Public: Psychoanalysis and the Science of Rhetoric by Christian Lundberg (review).Michael Kaplan - 2014 - Philosophy and Rhetoric 47 (3):334-340.
    In his first book, Christian Lundberg takes on the formidable challenge of rescuing Lacan for rhetorical studies. As he demonstrates in his first chapter, scholars in other disciplines have mostly neglected Lacan’s profound reliance on the rhetorical idiom, while rhetoricians have deployed his theory for critical purposes without fully appreciating the thoroughgoing transformation of rhetoric it effects. Lundberg’s intervention is the first sustained effort to treat Lacan’s expansive, dense, and often opaque oeuvre as a fully formed theory of rhetoric. In (...)
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    Prohibiting the people: Populism, procedure and the rhetoric of democratic desire.Michael Kaplan - 2019 - Constellations 26 (1):94-115.
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