This is a dense book that's taking me longer to read than I would like, but I feel like the background I'm gaining is worth the extra attention.
Instead of choosing a passage to write about in some contemporary vein as I've been doing for the earlier works in this series, I decided to use this text to do something I've been wanting to do for a long time: try to make an infographic.
This is my very first attempt at an infographic, so please forgive my inexperience. I took Chapter 1 from the book, which details the different strains of rhetorical theory that were popular during this period. You can use this chart to figure out which school of thought best fits you (click to enlarge).
Which one are you? (Or what would you add to this list? Have we made some important changes in our perspectives on truth and communication in the past 30 years?)