comm201 midterm 2 study guide

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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This test prep was uploaded on 10/09/2007 for the course COMM 201 taught by Professor Durbin during the Fall '06 term at USC.

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