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I was on Al-Farabi's page and clicked Neo-Aristotelianism from there, expecting to find more information about a classical/medieval school of thought. Instead I found something about a school of thought at the University of Chicago. Should there be two different pages?
I was looking for a breakdown of methods of rhetorical criticism as described by Sonja K. Foss. I did find a few methods on Wikipedia, but a few, like this one, were nowhere to be found. After a Google search, I found a wiki article at http://harlotofthearts.org/wiki/index.php?title=Neo-Aristotelian_Criticism. It looks like the beginnings of a rhetoric project at Ohio State University, but it may have been abandoned because the Main Page has been vandalized and not reverted. Seemed like a waste to not repurpose that work.
There was only bit on the Chicago-school in the previous version, and if that can be salvaged and integrated, go for it! Crowdsourced (talk) 20:15, 30 December 2011 (UTC)