Ideology and Opinions: Studies in Rhetorical Psychology

Ideology and Opinions Studies in Rhetorical Psychology In this thought provoking book Billig presents major essays which develop and illustrate his rhetorical approach to social psychology His position is that everyday thinking including the holding of

  • Title: Ideology and Opinions: Studies in Rhetorical Psychology
  • Author: Michael Billig
  • ISBN: 9780803983328
  • Page: 144
  • Format: Paperback
  • In this thought provoking book, Billig presents major essays which develop and illustrate his rhetorical approach to social psychology His position is that everyday thinking, including the holding of opinions, is of its essence both rhetorical and ideological The very process of thinking is a process of argumentation and debate with self, with others and with the ideolIn this thought provoking book, Billig presents major essays which develop and illustrate his rhetorical approach to social psychology His position is that everyday thinking, including the holding of opinions, is of its essence both rhetorical and ideological The very process of thinking is a process of argumentation and debate with self, with others and with the ideologies inherent in the social stock of commonsense knowledge.Following an elaboration of the theoretical basis and implications of his argument, the author demonstrates how a rhetorical perspective can be applied empirically He explores the concept of prejudice, argumentation within the family, commonsense opinions about monarchy and the operations of ide

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    1. Aristotle's Rhetoric as a philosophical means of applying formal microsociology in the civil sphere: how to communicate in public in order to persuade others regarding reasons as to why certain courses of social action are more important to pursue than others; but then, also, how to be persuaded whenever one's one reasoning is insufficient for the task. Communicative Reason. Poetics as a means of catharting, purging violent emotions so as to allow for more rational discourse in public. Voegelin. [...]

    2. This collection of essays about rhetorical psychology are, like all of Billig's work, challenging and stimulating.

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