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Jan 23 Lecture Outline

Jan 23 Lecture Outline - Forensic speeches Epideictic...

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Jan 23 Lecture Outline: Persuasion in History—Public Opinion & Democracy I. Introduction: Public Opinion in Persuasion Today II. Historical Debate over the Value of Public Opinion Ancient Greece: Plato vs. Sophists Colonial America: Thomas Jefferson vs. James Madison and Alexander Hamilton - Republic vs. Direct Democracy - Senate vs. House of Representatives III. Aristotle on Rhetoric Persuasive Settings for Public Speaking - Deliberative speeches
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Unformatted text preview: - Forensic speeches- Epideictic speeches • Key Components of Persuasion- Claim- Proof o Inartistic Proof o Artistic Proof: Ethos , Pathos , Logos IV. Five Canons of Rhetoric (from Rhetorica ad Herennium ) • Invention • Arrangement • Style • Delivery • Memory V. Case Study: Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech Felicia Song, Spring 2008 Not to be Used Without Permission...
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