Test #3 - Pathos emotional appeal arguments from the heart...

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Pathos: emotional appeal; arguments from the heart Logos: logical appeal Inductive reasoning: drawing general conclusions from specific observations (only probably true) Deductive reasoning: syllogistic reasoning that draws a specific conclusion from stated premises (see syllogism)
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Unformatted text preview: Syllogism: a form of reasoning with a major premise, a minor premise, and a conclusion that follows exclusively from the parameters of the two premises: it must be both valid (in its structure) and true (in the content of its premises)...
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