Tag Archives: Aristotle

Rhetoric Can’t Handle New Ideas, While ‘NewView’ Thrives on New Ideas, Author Says

Neither modern nor ancient teachers of Rhetoric have ever provided a specific process for creating newness in writing. A new e-book, ‘The Secret DNA of Writing Essays – And Everything Else’, claims to supply such a process for creating new ideas, a system called NewView.

Rhetoric Not Credible, Says Expert – NewView Options Provides Creative Alternative to Obsolete Rhetoric

Aristotle’s Rhetoric was based on weak premises, and it is not even the Rhetoric historically taught in classrooms. Writing is creative, and Rhetoric makes no provision for creativity. On the other hand, the NewView system provided by NewView Options does offer a strong framework for creativity.

Writing Teachers Ignorant of Rhetoric’s Tradition of Corruption – NewView Options Provides Alternative

Most high school and college freshman teachers of writing are completely ignorant of the tradition of corruption that has surrounded Rhetoric for centuries. A new e-book, The Secret DNA of Writing Essays – And Everything Else, claims to provide a better alternative.