Outline_Sophists_and_Plato

Outline_Sophists_and_Plato - : 1. the plot 2. the agents in...

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Greek Rhetoric, Plato I. Corax and Tisias Doctrine of general probability : Summary of Greek Period: II. Sophists: Three stages or types of sophists: 1.  Wise men  2.  Statesmen  3.  Teachers of wisdom Gorgias .  (485-380 BC) prose style parallelism  and  antithesis 1
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 “Encomium on Helen” sound patterns used for persuasion III.  Plato General Information The   Republic “Academus”  Dialogues Socratic  or  Platonic Dialogue
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Unformatted text preview: : 1. the plot 2. the agents in their moral aspects 3. the reasoning aspects of the agents 4. style or diction. Socratic Method truth of opinion 2 antithesis Socrates the begins questioning to arrive at: 1. definition 2. statement of propositions 3. identification of 4. application of ideas. Views on Rhetoric Gorgias attacked rhetoric: Phaedrus changes mind 3...
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