Retorika ir stilistika - visumos ir dalies santykis

Mokslo publikacijos / Scientific publications
Document Type:
Knygos dalis / Part of the book
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Retorika ir stilistika - visumos ir dalies santykis
Alternative Title:
Rhetoric and stylistics as the whole-and-part relationship
In the Book:
Šiuolaikinės stilistikos kryptys ir problemos / sudarė Irena Smetonienė, Ona Petrėnienė. Vilnius: Lietuvos edukologijos universiteto leidykla, 2013. P. 89-99
Retorika / Rhetoric.
Summary / Abstract:

LTReikšminiai žodžiai: Elokucija; Etinė stilistika; Paralogika; Reotirka; Retorika; Stilistika; Elocution; Ethical stylistics; Paralogy; Rhetoric; Stylistics.

ENThe relationship between rhetoric and stylistics is described through the principle of synecdoche: rhetoric, which embraced and systematized the burgeoning humanities two and a half thousand years ago and for a long time remained the main discipline in Europe with the highest status in liberal arts (regina artium), gradually fused with one of its parts, namely elocution, i. e. stylistics. For some time a part represented the whole. The article attempts to show the causes of this split of rhetoric and its deep long-lasting crisis as well as to account for the rise and dominance of stylistics and pre-conditions for the revival of rhetoric through the development of Lithuanian rhetoric and stylistics. The restoration of independence in Lithuania and other European countries, together with the freedom of speech, allowed rhetoric to regain its former prestige and collect its parts into the whole. The author aims to show that in all its metamorphoses rhetoric went hand in hand with stylistics and was never in opposition. The enriched and autonomous discipline of stylistics merged with the new rhetoric thus opening further possibilities for interdisciplinary research. The disappearing boundary between these two disciplines could be demonstrated by research in functional styles, cognitive linguistics, fallacies, advertising, as well as the most recent trend in stylistics, namely ethical stylistics. The historical descriptive method is the main method employed by the author. She also applies the analytic method. [From the publication]

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