Study Guide for Exan 2

Study Guide for Exan 2 - PROF. PRIBISIC/CMUN 150, EXAM #2...

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Unformatted text preview: PROF. PRIBISIC/CMUN 150, EXAM #2 The exam covers all the readings and class lectures/discussions done in-between the first test and the date of the second test (October 31). The format is same as in exam #1. LIST OF TERMS/CONCEPTS:- The Sophists, Plato, Aristotle (approaches to truth; speaker-audience relation)- Spophits taught the rhetorics of speaking- Protagoras believed in the equality of the speaker with their audience- Gorgias any case can be won through the persuasion of language. - Plato believed in philosophy but not rhetorics; rejects rhetorics; philosophers are the only ones who can reach reality- Aristotle believed in the power of our experiences and people; believed in the equality of the speaker and the audience (speaker tells idea, and the audience interprets)- Rhetoric vs. philosophy; Socratic dialectic- Truths are not in the real world, but in ideas. Only philosophers can reach reality- Terministic screens; Kenneth Burke, two approaches to language- The different views of the world. - Scientific- Fact-based; objective- Dramatistic- Beyond definition, goes into action- ** The suasive nature of language- ** collective revelation- Occupational psychosis, perspective by incongruity- Deterministic screen- People who even when they are off work continue to use the same terminology in...
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course CMUN 150 taught by Professor Taylor during the Spring '08 term at Loyola Chicago.

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Study Guide for Exan 2 - PROF. PRIBISIC/CMUN 150, EXAM #2...

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