The doxastic body: Embodying ideological orientations


  • Thore Keitum Fisker University of Copenhagen


Słowa kluczowe:

ciało doksastyczne, ideologia, badania terenowe, ucieleśnienie, wygłoszenie


Choć ciało podlega dogłębnej analizie w studiach retorycznych, rozumiane jest przede wszystkim jako tekst lub poprzez tekst. Po dokonaniu przeglądu literatury na temat ciała w badaniach retorycznych, niniejszy artykuł dowodzi, że umiejscowione, konkretne ciało jest integralną częścią tożsamości ideologicznej poprzez swoją funkcję doksastycznego dowodu w argumentacji entymematycznej. Artykuł nakreśla retoryczno-etnograficzną perspektywę w badaniu punktów ekspresji doksastycznego ciała w konkretnej dziedzinie.


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