Studies in honor of Eddo Rigotti
Jakob Wüest: Argumentation, causality and narrativity in Fernand Braudel’s The Mediterranean
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Argumentation, causality and narrativity in Fernand Braudel’s The Mediterranean1
JAKOB WÜEST, University of Zurich
In our conversations I learned much from you about argumentation theory. I am primarily interested in the hierarchical structures of texts, and, however, as part of these structures, also in argumentation and causality. Since, at present, I am dealing with the structure of historiographic texts, I take the liberty of dedicating this article to you, that addresses Fernand Braudel’s The Mediterranean and the Mediterranean World in the Age of Philip II.
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