Reflection15-Rhetoric is love

Reflection15-Rhetoric is love - Leah Smith Reflection #15...

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Leah Smith Reflection #15 1. When the author says each of us is a narrative, he means each of us has some kind of story to tell . All of us creates narratives as we go through life and whether we chose to tell this narrative or not does not mean we aren’t a narrative . I agree with the author, all of this do have a narrative . 2. The idea of each of us is a narrative influences Corder to argue that when two narratives collide they become arguments . We always live in and around argument and when two arguments or narratives collide it is threatening . 3. The author explains Rogers had applied his theory more directly to rhetoric but according to the author one advantage to using traditional Rogerian argument techniques might be useful when a person decides they have a serious problem they need help with from a therapist . The therapist takes on a new client and once the therapist experiences an accurate emphatic understand of the client and the experiences the therapists congruence and empathy
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