Thirty years before the beginning of the still ongoing cognitive revolution, Kenneth Burke articulated a universalist program of verbal resources that falls into close synch with many of the findings and principles of that revolution. In this paper, I connect Burke’s program to the insights of Jeanne Fahnestock in her work on figuration and argumentation and argue that cognitive rhetoric in this mode can undergird rhetoric of science.
Keywords: Kenneth Burke, cognitive science, Jeanne Fahnestock, figuration, rhetoric of science
How to Cite:
Harris, R., (2013) “The Rhetoric of Science Meets the Science of Rhetoric”, Poroi 9(1), 1-12. doi: https://doi.org/10.13008/2151-2957.1158
Rights: Copyright © 2013 Randy Harris