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Rhetorical Questions

By Brian Amsden

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Description

How do humans come to believe all the impossible things we believe? The answers, one story at a time.

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Great content and production

Rhetoricians seem to be behind the curve on podcasting. They tend to be either too remedial for the people who would actually listen or poorly produced, or some combination of the two. It's early, but this podcast is both full of good content and very well-produced. It sounds like what would happen if 99% Invisible decided to jump from design to rhetoric, and was actually qualified to do so.

Finally, a podcast for the rhetoric and argumentation nerds!

This podcast does an excellent job of using the rhetorical and argumentation perspective to analyze contemporary politics and culture. I use it in my classroom to help undergrads understand persuasion and argumentation and they seem to love it.

Smart and Accessible

I’m consistently impressed with the Rhetorical Questions podcast. The show gets to the rhetorical meat of interesting contemporary issues, and does so in a way that is always thoughtful and though provoking. It’s both valuable for me to reflect on as someone who studies rhetoric and valuable for use in the classroom. Because it’s both smart and accessible my students respond well when I use these podcasts in my teaching.

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