Class Notes for Rhetoric at University of California - Berkeley (UCB)



BERKELEYRHETOR 10David BatesFall

RHETOR 10 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Gallows

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24 Nov 2015
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BERKELEYRHETOR 10David BatesFall

RHETOR 10 Lecture 5: Descartes Discourse Part 2

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21 Sep 2015
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BERKELEYRHETOR 10Nasser ZakariyaFall

RHETOR 10 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Sorites Paradox, Timothy Williamson, Syllogism

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22 Sep 2016
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Rule: all the beans from this bag are white* *this is not always true, but is necessary to make, e. g. observe that the sun rises in the morning and co
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BERKELEYRHETOR 103BEsmeir SameraSpring

RHETOR 103B Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Italian Fascism, Authoritarianism, Umberto Eco

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27 Apr 2017
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Reading hawking"s presence: an interview with a self effacing man. Movie show h as more human vs. mialet show a compounded, mediation. Sts perspective
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BERKELEYRHETOR 20Michael MasuchSpring

RHETOR 20 Lecture 10: Feb16

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2 Mar 2017
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BERKELEYRHETOR 103BEsmeir SameraSpring

RHETOR 103B Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Real Sex, Nuclear Weapon, Military Science

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24 Feb 2017
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Replaces alliance, rose on theme of family (continuity) but focus on science. Deployment of alliance not obliterated, but supported by deployment of se
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BERKELEYRHETOR 10Nasser ZakariyaFall

RHETOR 10 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Deductive Reasoning, Intuit, Well-Order

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22 Sep 2016
10
A discourse on method refers to descartes" unpublished works, which contain theories of the material world that he has left unsaid due to extraordinary
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BERKELEYRHETOR 103BEsmeir SameraSpring

RHETOR 103B Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Am America, Bourgeoisie

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10 Feb 2017
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Shows different actions in different parts of the world (birth, death, work, travels, games) Naturalized idea that we share universal human nature. Elu
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BERKELEYRHETOR 103BEsmeir SameraSpring

RHETOR 103B Lecture 6: R103B Section 3 2.8.2017

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10 Feb 2017
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Signifier + signified = sign (sign becomes signifier/ meaning) Sign ii (meaning and form) + signified (concept) = signification. Meaning is robbed > it
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BERKELEYRHETOR 103BEsmeir SameraSpring

RHETOR 103B Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Hijab, Racial Equality

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8 Feb 2017
1
Language as a set of negative values. Words have meanings from differences from other words. Barthes uses and mobilizes both the semiological (saussure
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BERKELEYRHETOR 103BEsmeir SameraSpring

RHETOR 103B Lecture 5: R103B Lecture 5 02.02.2017

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3 Feb 2017
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No natural connection between s1 and s2 (unmotivated) An individual cannot choose what to call something even if he willed it . Language rooted in trad
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BERKELEYRHETOR 103BEsmeir SameraSpring

RHETOR 103B Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Netflix

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2 Feb 2017
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Sign: relationship between signifier (sound-image) + signified (concept) Relationship between the two is arbitrary (opposed to necessary ) Symbol: ther
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