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DATE

2018

AUTHORS

Nathan Stormer

ABSTRACT

An ecotone is a transitional space that marks a shift from one ecosystem to another. In the Afterword, Stormer uses the concept of ecotone to describe how rhetoric and ecology coexist in varying degrees of transition, each fading into the other, across the authors’ chapters. He argues that the ontological blending and separation of rhetoric and ecology should be accounted for stochastically and emergently. To appreciate the mutual immanence of rhetoric and ecology, he suggests looking to the convergence of communities of scholars from rhetoric and ecology around shared problems, or to the manner by which active elements of a milieu are both interdependent and expressive. More... »

PAGES

343-354

Book

TITLE

Tracing Rhetoric and Material Life

ISBN

978-3-319-65710-3
978-3-319-65711-0

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-65711-0_13

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