Select articles and essays*
Erik Doxtader. The Recognizability of Recognition: Fragments in the Name of a Not Yet Rhetorical Question, Philosophy & Rhetoric 48:4 (2015): 379-412.
Erik Doxtader. Is it soup yet? Some ABC’s of academic (distr)activism. 2015 Conference on Rhetorical Theory.
Erik Doxtader. The Rhetorical Question of Exception, For Now. Communication & Critical/Cultural Communication. 5:2 (2008): 212-217.
Erik Doxtader. Harmonizing Drones. Cosmopolis-A Review of Cosmopolitics 2015: 51-62.
Erik Doxtader. Coming to terms with a declaration of barbarous acts. In Re/Framing Identifications,Michelle Baliff (Long Grove: Waveland Press, 2013), 116-130.
Erik Doxtader. Is there a question of rhetorical theory? 2008 Conference on Rhetorical Theory.
Erik Doxtader. And Now, A Word – Asking Too Much. 2011 Conference on Rhetorical Theory.
Erik Doxtader. A Note on the ‘Potential’ Experience of Rhetorical/Theory. Review of Communication (2003).
Erik Doxtader. Characters in the Middle of Public Life: Consensus, Dissent and Ethos.” Philosophy and Rhetoric 33 (2000): 336-369.
Erik Doxtader. The Entwinement of Argument and Rhetoric: A Dialectical Reading of Habermas’ Theory of Communicative Action. Argumentation and Advocacy 28 (1991): 51-63.
*[underlined links lead to pdfs]