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JOHN ANGUS CAMPBELL (1942 - )

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    • “Why Was Darwin Believed?  Darwin’s Origin and the Problem of Intellectual Revolution."  Configurations 11.2 (2003): 203-237.

    • "The Rhetorical Turn in Science Studies."  By Campbell and Keith R. Benson.  Quarterly Journal of Speech 82.1 (1996): 74-91.

    • "Topics, Tropes and Tradition: Darwin's Reinvention and Rhetorical Subversion of the Argument to Design." Science, Reason and Rhetoric.  Ed. Ted McGuire and Trevor MeliaPittsburgh: U of Pittsburgh P, 1996. 

    • "Strategic Readings: Rhetoric, Intention, and Interpretation."   Rhetorical Hermeneutics: Invention and Interpretation in the Age of Science.  Ed. Alan G. Gross and William Keith.  Albany: SUNY Press, 1996.

    • "Of Orchids, Insects and Natural Theology: Timing, Tactics and Cultural Critique in Darwin’s Post-Origin Strategy."  Argumentation 8 (1994): 63-80.

    • "Scientific Discovery and Rhetorical Invention: the Path to Darwin's Origin."  The Rhetorical Turn: Inventions and Persuasion in the Conduct of Inquiry.  Ed. Herbert W. Simons.  Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1990.  58-90.

    • "The Invisible Rhetorician: Charles Darwin's Third-party Strategy."  Rhetorica 7 (1989): 55-85.

    • "Charles Darwin: Rhetorician of Science."  1987.

    • "Scientific Revolution and the Grammar of Culture: the Case of Darwin's Origin."  Quarterly Journal of Speech 72 (1986): 351-376.

    • "The Polemical Mr. Darwin."  Quarterly Journal of Speech 61 (1975): 375-390.

    • "Charles Darwin and the Crisis of Ecology: a Rhetorical Perspective."  Quarterly Journal of Speech 60 (1974): 442-449.

    • "Darwin and The Origin of Species: the Rhetorical Ancestry of an Idea."  Speech Monographs 37 (1970): 1-14.

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