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Isocrates (436-338) logographer   A. Practical Education: philosophy   Citizen-Orator Kairos 1. Place 2. Time 3. Culture 4. Audience B. Periodic sentence: Panegyricus 1
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purpose of the periodic style: C. Major works: 1. Against the Sophists polemic   disputation   citizen orator: 3 things necessary for learning
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Unformatted text preview: 2. Antidosis : 3 main ideas: 1. Speech distinguishes men from 2. oratory is an 3. speech underlies all of Four main ideas together in Against the Sophists and Antidosis: 2 1. 2. 3. 4. 3...
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