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Unformatted text preview: Rhetorical Michele fuco french discipline and punish o We should admit rather that power produces knowledge o Not power is knowledge Definitions of Rhetoric o Plato skillfull leading of the soul (to heaven) Giving rhetoric a moral component and should be used for good and common wealth of all people o Aristole available means of persuasion Points to the here and now symbolizing when rhetoric should be used Berlos model of communication o Source(encodes) message channel(decodes) receiver Lloyd Bitzer Rhetorical Situation o Exigence when you feel a need to respond o Audience group of people you think can help you do something o Constraints obstacles that are in your way keeping you from being persuasive Kenneth Burke o Pentad Act what happened? Scene where/when Agent who Agency how EFFICACY your ability to act Purpose why Rhetoric that has GOOD FORM will transcended space and time o 3 S to good form Simple direct, straightforward Symmetry balanced and proporitioned Structured organized, composition Cicerro o Rhetorical Canons Invention Arrangement Style Delivery Memory Pedagogical to teach How do you do rhetorical criticism o 1) pick a text (culture) o 2) pick a method o 3)Apply method to text(s) o 4) Discuss Formal criticism Methods of criticism o Formal criticism o Neoclassical criticism/Neo Aritisilian deals with specific audiences Audience No unversial form o Semiotics signs and symbols, metaphors, rules, eblems Representationmemory o Social criticism relationship, identity o Value analysis positive, negative Implied vs. concrete o Narrative analysis story, themes Perpeteia moments in which there is a reversal of fortune/plot twist o Psychoanalytic attitudes, beliefs, values, needs Id, ego, super ego o Ideological criticism Colonial and Early Abolitionist Days Attucks, Wheatley, Hammon, Turner. VeseyAttucks, Wheatley, Hammon, Turner....
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