Special Issue: Philosophy and Composition Theory
"The Myths of the Subjective and of the Subject in Composition Studies"
by Reed Way Dasenbrock
"The Uses of Binary Thinking" by Peter Elbow
"The Dialectic Suppression of Feminist Thought in Radical Pedagogy" by Robert G. Wood
"Writing and Truth: The Decline of Expertise and the Rebirth of Philosophy" by Kurt Spellmeyer
"Against Relativism: Restoring Truth in Writing" by Barbara Couture
"Vygotsky, Dewey, and Externalism: Beyond the Student/Discipline Dichotomy"
by David R. Russell
"Composition, Philosophy, and Rhetoric: The 'Problem of Power'" by David Sebberson
"A Response to 'Fish Tales: A Conversation with 'The Contemporary Sophist'" by Patricia Bizzell
"'Fish Tales' and the Politics of Anti-Professionalism" by John Trimbur
"Don't Know Much about Automobiles: Fish's Anti-Theory Theory" by Fredric G. Gale
"A Reply to Janice Lauer" by Robin Varnum
"Constructing Rhetorical Education by Marie Secor and Davida Charney, eds."
by Richard L. Larson
"Gender Issues in the Teaching of English by Nancy Mellin McCracken and Bruce C. Appleby, eds." by Catherine Hobbs Peaden
"Metaphor and Reason in Judicial Opinions by Haig Bosmajian" by Fredric G. Gale
"The St. Martin's Guide to Teaching Writing by Robert Connors and Cheryl Glenn"
by Robert L. McDonald
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