Autonomous Politics

Stagnell, Alexander. “Autonomous Politics: Imaginary and Imagination in Doxology”. Erik Bengtson, Karl Ekeman, Mirey Gorgis, Louise Schou Therkildsen & Alexander Stagnell (eds.): Shadows in the Cave. Revisiting Rosengren’s Doxology, 277-295. Retorikförlaget, Helsingborg, 2022. https://doi.org/10.52610/GOMX2908 Läs mer…

Mjuk styrning och en modern agora

Persson, Gunilla Almström. “Mjuk styrning och en modern agora”. Erik Bengtson, Karl Ekeman, Mirey Gorgis, Louise Schou Therkildsen & Alexander Stagnell (eds.): Shadows in the Cave. Revisiting Rosengren’s Doxology, 263-276. Retorikförlaget, Helsingborg, 2022. https://doi.org/10.52610/DPNL9058 Läs mer…

Rhetorical Working Through as Praxis, Process, and Philosophy

Kjeldsen, Jens E. “Rhetorical Working Through as Praxis, Process, and Philosophy”. Erik Bengtson, Karl Ekeman, Mirey Gorgis, Louise Schou Therkildsen & Alexander Stagnell (eds.): Shadows in the Cave. Revisiting Rosengren’s Doxology, 223-240. Retorikförlaget, Helsingborg, 2022. https://doi.org/10.52610/XZNE879 Läs mer…

Heidegger‘s “Fork”

Mehrens, Patrik. “Heidegger‘s “Fork”: Doxa and the Apophatic Sacrifice of Passivity”. Erik Bengtson, Karl Ekeman, Mirey Gorgis, Louise Schou Therkildsen & Alexander Stagnell (eds.): Shadows in the Cave. Revisiting Rosengren’s Doxology, 223-240. Retorikförlaget, Helsingborg, 2022. https://doi.org/10.52610/JQPU7668 Läs mer…

Chaos, Magma, and Pregnance

Coker, Wincharles. “Chaos, Magma, and Pregnance.
Exploring Symbolic Communication in Institutional Art
Forms”. Erik Bengtson, Karl Ekeman, Mirey Gorgis, Louise
Schou Therkildsen & Alexander Stagnell (eds.): Shadows in
the Cave. Revisiting Rosengren’s Doxology, 161-176.
Retorikförlaget, Helsingborg, 2022.
https://doi.org/10.52610/RAHB6263 Läs mer…

Sanctification as Argumentation

Bengtson, Erik. “Sanctification as Argumentation. What
Scholars of Rhetoric Can Learn from Ernst Cassirer’s
Theory of Myth”. Erik Bengtson, Karl Ekeman, Mirey
Gorgis, Louise Schou Therkildsen & Alexander Stagnell
(eds.): Shadows in the Cave. Revisiting Rosengren’s Doxology,
123-140. Retorikförlaget, Helsingborg, 2022.
https://doi.org/10.52610/VGYF6373 Läs mer…

The Doxic Status of Atmospheres

In the so-called new phenomenology, the concept of atmosphere has gained prominence as a way to understand existential experiences of spatiality or the intersection be­tween self and world. In this essay, I wish to engage with Mats Rosengren’s doxological theory of knowledge to inquire about what it would mean to have knowledge of these atmospheres. I will also ask whether doxology undertheorizes the passivity of the subject affected by an atmosphere as well as the ‘quasi-objective’ status of the atmosphere Läs mer…