1. Art or skill of the mind; mental skill; contrivance; invention; the art of wit.
  2. The art of reasoning; logic.
    It argues that a rhetorical approach maintains space for agency on the behalf of employees (through the witcraft of argument) ... — Gillian Symon, Developing the Political Perspective on Technological Change Through Rhetorical Analysis, Management Communication Quarterly, Vol. 22, No. 1., 2008

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