arguements from the heart

arguements from the heart - Chelsea Wolf Jenny Aune English...

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Jenny Aune English 250 October 15, 2007 Arguments from the Heart We use arguments every day, sometimes, not even knowing when we do. We use arguments to make a point, or to attempt to open another’s mind to see a new side of an issue. Furthermore, arguments are used to make decisions, meditate, and to inform. In addition, arguments can be heated when the topic is close to someone’s heart or an issue they care deeply about. Arguments from the heart take the form of pathos, a Greek word meaning feeling pity or sympathy for an individual. They are emotional requests that can truly influence the other side of a dispute. Arguments from the heart are great tools for changing or attempting to change the others’ opinion and or mind. Everyone makes decisions based on their emotions. These choices can be minor ones or important, life changing ones. For example, if an individual is content, she is more likely to buy an article of clothing that she may not necessarily afford. This situation could also be flipped around. For instance, many times, people buy on impulse when they are feeling down about
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