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This chapter urges us to consider the Ramist implications inherent in Marlowe's work, which can be seen once we understand the implicit "class critique at the root of Ramist dialectic" (105).
T]ruth can never be simply propositional, as the Ramist and Cartesian drive in Western noetics had commonly supposed or implied.
This was the rationale of the Ramist method, which accordingly emphasized mnemonics and pedagogical technique at the expense of discovery and the advancement of learning" (Kelley 141; see also Yates).
During the period of his dissertation research in the early 1950s, Ong visited the libraries of Europe, seeking out Ramist editions.
This accusation, he says, has an "element of truth" because Ramist rhetoric textbooks only deal with style (143).
of St Andrews, Scotland in June 2008; those by Sarah Knight (on Elizabethan drama and satire) and Gabor Kecskemeti (on the reception of Ramist rhetoric in Hungary and Transylvania) were invited additions.
Between 1616 and 1621 Granger published ten works: six tracts (including A Looking-Glasse for Christians (1620), an examination of the doctrine of predestination, emphasizing the perseverance of the elect), two sermons, an edition of Lily's grammar and a Ramist logic text.
Harry Clark Maddux's essay on "Effects and Affects: Edward Taylor's Negotiation of Ramist Rhetoric" illuminates the ways a devotional poet found structure in textbook dialectic.
Linking this use of "reason" to the more technical use of it in the Ramist textbook on logic proves more complicated, and here Donnelly insists that "Milton's text resists those specific aspects of Ramism that are most deeply associated with the rise of modern rationalism" (44).
Burton and Ramist published a report in 2001 on some of the studies predicting the success of students in college.
As Howell puts it, despite Sidney's contacts with several Ramist thinkers, in matters of poetry "Ramus had nothing to tell or teach to Sidney" (113).
Asensio (Ciceronianos contra Erasmistas) and Seniff (Ong, Ramism) discuss Ramist influence in the circle of Fray Luis de Leon and Pedro de Navarra respectively.