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1.00 Scott Consigny, Edward Schiappa's Reading of the Sophists, Rhetoric Review, 1996.
0.43 Scott Consigny, Nietzsche's Reading of the Sophists, Rhetoric Review, 1994.
0.40 Bruce McComiskey, Disassembling Plato's Critique of Rhetoric in the Gorgias (447a-466a), Rhetoric Review, 1992.
0.40 Bruce McComiskey, Disassembling Plato's Critique of Rhetoric in the Gorgias (447a-466a), Rhetoric Review, 1992.
0.36 David Hoffmann, Logos as Composition, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 2003.
0.36 Bronwen L. Wickkiser, Speech in Context: Plato's "Menexenus" and the Ritual of Athenian Public Burial, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1999.
0.34 Scott Consigny, The Styles of Gorgias, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1992.
0.33 Kathleen Ethel Welch, Keywords from Classical Rhetoric: The Example of Physis, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1987.
0.33 Richard Leo Enos, Why Gorgias of Leontini Traveled to Athens: A Study of Recent Epigraphical Evidence, Rhetoric Review, 1992.
0.32 TW, More on Sophistic Rhetoric, Rhetoric Review, 1993.
0.31 Lynda Walsh, The Rhetoric of Oracles, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 2003.
0.30 Brad McAdon, Plato's Denunciation of Rhetoric in the "Phaedrus", Rhetoric Review, 2004.
0.29 Ramsey Eric Ramsey, A Hybrid TechnĂȘ of the Soul?: Thoughts on the Relation between Philosophy and Rhetoric in Gorgias and Phaedrus, Rhetoric Review, 1999.
0.29 Edward Schiappa, Sophistic Rhetoric: Oasis or Mirage?, Rhetoric Review, 1991.
0.28 Terry Papillion, Isocrates' techne and Rhetorical Pedagogy, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1995.
0.28 Brian R. Donovan, The Project of Protagoras, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1993.
0.27 Tim Behme, Isocrates on the Ethics of Authorship, Rhetoric Review, 2004.
0.27 Henry W. Johnstone_ Jr., Erratum: On Schiappa versus Poulakos, Rhetoric Review, 1996.
0.26 Henry W. Johnstone_ Jr., On Schiappa versus Poulakos, Rhetoric Review, 1996.
0.25 Bruce McComiskey, Gorgias and the Art of Rhetoric: Toward a Holistic Reading of the Extant Gorgianic Fragments, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1997.
0.25 Michelle Ballif, Reproducing Rhetoric Eugenically, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 2004.
0.25 James Fredal, Herm Choppers the Adonia and Rhetorical Action in Ancient Greece, College English, 2002.
0.25 James P. Zappen, Bakhtin's Socrates, Rhetoric Review, 1996.
0.24 William L. Benoit, Isocrates and Plato on Rhetoric and Rhetorical Education, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1991.
0.24 Richard C. Marback, Rethinking Plato's Legacy: Neoplatonic Readings of Plato's Sophist, Rhetoric Review, 1994.
0.24 Bruce McComiskey, Neo-Sophistic Rhetorical Theory: Sophistic Precedents for Contemporary Epistemic Rhetoric, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1994.
0.24 John Scenters-Zapico, The Case for the Sophists, Rhetoric Review, 1993.
0.24 David Fleming, The Streets of Thurii: Discourse Democracy and Design in the Classical Polis, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 2002.
0.24 Terry L. Papillon, Mixed Unities in the "Antidosis" of Isocrates, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1997.
0.23 Richard Leo Enos, The Most Significant Passage in Plato's "Phaedrus": A Personal Nomination, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1981.
0.23 Karen E. Whedbee, Reclaiming Rhetorical Democracy: George Grote's Defense of Cleon and the Athenian Demagogues, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 2004.
0.23 Maureen Daly Goggin Elenore Long, A Tincture of Philosophy a Tincture of Hope: The Portrayal of Isocrates in Plato's Phaedrus, Rhetoric Review, 1993.
0.23 Jeffrey Arthurs, The Term Rhetor in Fifth- and Fourth-Century BCE Greek Texts, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1994.
0.23 John Logie, Lost in Translation: The Influence of 20th Century Literary Theory on Plato's Texts, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 2004.
0.22 Kenneth J. Lindblom, Toward a Neosophistic Writing Pedagogy, Rhetoric Review, 1996.
0.22 George L. Pullman, Reconsidering Sophistic Rhetoric in Light of Skeptical Epistemology, Rhetoric Review, 1994.
0.21 Gerald J. Biesecker-Mast, Forensic Rhetoric and the Constitution of the Subject: Innocence Truth and Wisdom in Gorgias' "Palamedes" and Plato's "Apology", Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1994.
0.21 Bernard E. Jacob, What Socrates Said: And Why Gorgias and Polus Did Not Respond: A Reading of Socrates' Definition of Rhetoric in "Gorgias" 461-466, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1999.
0.21 Ellen Quandahl, What Is Plato? Inference and Allusion in Plato's Sophist, Rhetoric Review, 1989.
0.20 Ned O'Gorman, Longinus's Sublime Rhetoric or How Rhetoric Came into Its Own, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 2004.
0.20 Robert N. Gaines, A Note on the Significance of Plato's "Phaedrus" 271 AB, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1981.
0.20 Robert S. Reid, "Neither Oratory nor Dialogue": Dionysius of Halicarnassus and the Genre of Plato's "Apology", Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1997.
0.20 William Benoit, Isocrates and Aristotle on Rhetoric, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1990.
0.19 Karen E. Whedbee, The Tyranny of Athens: Representations of Rhetorical Democracy in Eighteenth-Century Britain, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 2003.
0.19 Susan C. Jarratt, The First Sophists and the Uses of History, Rhetoric Review, 1987.
0.19 James L. Kastely, "The Clouds": Aristophanic Comedy and Democratic Education, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1997.
0.19 Audrey M. Van Mersbergen, The Return of the Addressed: Rhetoric Reading and Resonance, Rhetoric Review, 1998.
0.18 BM, BM on AL on Gorgias, Rhetoric Review, 1993.
0.18 C. Jan Swearingen, Plato's Feminine: Appropriation Impersonation and Metaphorical Polemic, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1992.
0.18 Karen A. Hodges, Unfolding Sophistic and Humanist Practice through Ingenium, Rhetoric Review, 1996.
0.18 Richard Graff, Reading and the "Written Style" in Aristotle's "Rhetoric", Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 2001.
0.18 Ekaterina V. Haskins, "Mimesis" between Poetics and Rhetoric: Performance Culture and Civic Education in Plato Isocrates and Aristotle, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 2000.
0.17 Susan Biesecker, Rhetoric Possibility and Women's Status in Ancient Athens: Gorgias' and Isocrates' Encomiums of Helen, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1992.
0.17 Debra Hawhee, Bodily Pedagogies: Rhetoric Athletics and the Sophists' Three Rs, College English, 2002.
0.17 Phillip P. Marzluf, Aptitude or Experience? Isocratic Ambivalence and the Ethics of Composition, Rhetoric Review, 2004.
0.17 Cheryl Glenn, Sex Lies and Manuscript: Refiguring Aspasia in the History of Rhetoric, College Composition and Communication, 1994.
0.16 David M. Timmerman, The Aristotelian Fix: Fourth Century BC Perspectives on Political Deliberation, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 2002.
0.16 Thomas Conley, "Phaedrus" 259 e ff, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1981.
0.16 Dana C. Elder, It's All Greek to Me: Confession of a Christian Platonist, Rhetoric Review, 2004.
0.16 Paul Hunter, "Waiting for an Aristotle": A Moment in the History of the Basic Writing Movement, College English, 1992.
0.16 Michael Hassett, Sophisticated Burke: Kenneth Burke as a Neosophistic Rhetorician, Rhetoric Review, 1995.
0.15 David Payne, Rhetoric Reality and Knowledge: A Re-Examination of Protagoras' Concept of Rhetoric, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1986.
0.15 Judith Ann Abrams, Plato's Rhetoric as Rendered by the Pentad, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1981.
0.15 Andy Crockett, Gorgias's Encomium of Helen: Violent Rhetoric or Radical Feminism?, Rhetoric Review, 1994.
0.15 James L. Kastely, Plato's Protagoras: Revisionary History as Sophisticated Comedy, Rhetoric Review, 1996.