Rhetorical unconsciousness and political psychoanalysis /
"Rhetorical Unconsciousness and Political Psychoanalysis investigates unintentional forms of persuasion, their political consequences, and our ethical relation to the same. M. Lane Bruner argues that the unintentional ways we are persuaded are far more important than intentional persuasion; in...
Columbia, South Carolina :
The University of South Carolina Press,
|Series:||Studies in rhetoric/communication.
Table of Contents:
- An introduction to rhetorical unconsciousness
- Conscious and unconscious rhetoric
- The ontical structure of rhetorical unconsciousness
- Artificial personhood
- The commodity self
- Secular theology and realization
- Conclusion: agency and realization.
- Cover; Rhetorical Unconsciousness and Political Psychoanalysis; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Series Editor's Preface; An Introduction to Rhetorical Unconsciousness; CHAPTER 1. Conscious and Unconscious Rhetoric; CHAPTER 2. The Ontical Structure of Rhetorical Unconsciousness; CHAPTER 3. Artificial Personhood; CHAPTER 4. The Commodity Self; CHAPTER 5. Secular Theology and Realization; Conclusion: Agency and Realization; Notes; References; Index