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Unformatted text preview: • Judicial: certain rules, certain tricks, lawyers • Deliberative: process of reading decision of what we should do • Epideictic: speaking praise, ceremonial occasions Aristotle: The “appeal’s” in any speech • Ethos: speaker, who are you? Through deeds, words • Pathos: ideals, appeal to emotion • Logos: logic, reasoning, rationale part The Genre of Epideictic • Praise and Blame • Virtues and Values What does it do? • Praises what is good, rejects what is bad • Associations with occasions • Associations with subject Rhetorical Situation for Epideictic • Ritual • Celebration • Moment of crisis Purpose for Epideictic • Inspire insight enjoyment • Not immediate action • Eulogy-tribute to dead...
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This note was uploaded on 01/24/2011 for the course COMMRC 12179 taught by Professor Lyne during the Spring '10 term at Pittsburgh.
- Spring '10