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comm201 midterm 2 study guide - Dialectic eloquence...

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Wednesday, October 16, 2006 43 or 44 M.C. and 1 Short Answer Covers On the Sublime to the Eloqutionary Movement (thru 68) Sublime Broadly – what the terms mean (only MC no SA) What is sublimity, transcendence, compared to sublime discourse Prior to Augustun note – NOT ON TEST Topical Maxim MUST KNOW Midevil era – not SA Thomas broad – 2 or 3 things – what he brought back to study of philosophy Recognize changes in Midevil Method, simple recognition Don’t need to know appendix B (no appendix questions at all)
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Unformatted text preview: Dialectic, eloquence, rhetoric (ramus) Pretty good chance that there is a question about puritan sermons Logical expression relating to Ramus (4 parts) Bacon – faculty psychology, conception of invention, DEFINITION OF RHETORIC Hermanutanics, studie… George Campbell his definition of rhetoric (Art or talent at which discourse has adapted … pg 60) 4 faculties, what they do, and how to do it (pg 60)...
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