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Rhetoric of War
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The Forest of Rhetoric
This overview of rhetoric includes sections on persuasive appeals, cannons of rhetoric, and rhetorical analysis, as well as an extensive list of rhetorical terms and definitions.
A Short Handbook on Rhetorical Analysis
Focusing on rhetorical analysis, this website is designed to help students understand "the ways that different rhetorical strategies are used to effect a certain response in a given audience."
This site includes information on common techniques and logical fallacies, as well as examples of propaganda from various sources.
War -- Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
A philosophical approach to the subject of war, this article covers the ethics of war and peace, just war theory, realism and pacifism.
War -- Encyclopedia Britannica
Britannica's article includes discussion of the causes (biological and social) and control (through diplomacy, regional integration and international law) of war.
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War Made Easy
War is a Force that Gives Us Meaning