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Minores Europaeorum is a small series since 2004.

Minores Europaeorum is devoted to the question of how intellectual communication works rhetorically and what it does transnationally. Methods of scholarly inquiry into human communication development and related topics of controlling influence or authority within rhetorical media power, also about disregarded theories or underutilized objects of study are welcome from various disciplines and traditions theoretically grounded in a broad range of research areas, both: contemporary and historical, including criteria of progress, rhetorical measurement problems, content and growth of theories, modeling approaches for human-driven communication processes, emerging technologies and epistemic uncertainties, subjective judgements, systematic evaluations, even non-conventional systems beyond some overdressed philologies or ideologically pampered and tempered social theories.

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Minores Europaeorum is a small-shaped forum for cognition and communication scholarship and publishes original creative monographs and readers as well as sample booklets on theory and research in human cognition, communication theory and rhetoric, i.e. scholarship that advance our understanding of the human nature, coherence and role of rhetorical processes in communication and public culture.  Individual scholars are representing themselves.

Contributions may concentrate on research questions significant to analytic approaches, proven explanations, progress and theoretical advances as well as to the experiential and or experimental background along with tested applications throughout the diverse coverage of human communication, especially scholarship in the following areas: communication competence, counterpublics, intellectual traditions, interplay of levels, lingua franca communication, rhetorical communication, media elite, policy and economic thought, objective conditions and collective definition of political issues, topics of European perspectives, crosscultural deliberation and dissent, deciphering myths of globalization: conditions, forecasts, and trends.

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