Date of Award
Master of Arts
John H. Hugge
Dale H. Rose
Because of its vital role in scientific discovery, scientific writing and its role in scientific discourse have, in recent years, been recognized by rhetorical theorists as a legitimate avenue of study. One of the most interesting and important methods of understanding scientific discourse is to study its origins and development over the years.
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Charles Lee Fite
August 20, 2013
Fite, Charles L., "The rhetoric of Sir Isaac Newton's Principia: a rejection of Cartesianism" (1992). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. 127.