Review_for_Exam_3 - Final Exam Review Rhetoric in Western...

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Terms To Know Campbell- believed in enlightenment. Believed that God created humans and the World but not active in it. Wants to believe that God is more then just a watchmaker so creates rhetorical theory based on scientific principles that preserve moral/religious thinking. Rhetoric: the art of talent by which discourse is adapted to end by enlightenment, pleasing imagination, passion and moving the will. Rhetoric can do all faculties by matching discourse to mind. Every speech has one end but multiple goals. Campbell's definition of eloquence - speaks to subject/speaker/audience not just concerned with producing truth but wants to deal with how it connects with the speaker and how connect with subject and audience. Vs. logic tats just interested in truth and not interested in audience or speaker just the subject. Eloquence-sometimes speaker gets so caught up in it that forget self. Intuitive evidence - what we already know. Ex. Common sense Deductive evidence - most used evidence. Need to have reason to connect evidence to conclusion. 2 types of reasoning-scientific-abstract, simple, unchanging ex. Need water to survive. Moral-complex, changeable ex. Good person if kill someone on accident. Sarah Grimke - was an educated upper class white women. She argued that men and women were not being created equal. Women’s voices weren’t being heard and they weren’t getting the proper education they needed in order to be good mothers and teach morality. Expected to function on the private sector of the world and be oppressed which Sarah was against. She believed that men and women are created equal and if man called to speak the word of go then so are women. We are morally and intellectually equal Also was a Quaker and believed in the equal right of all people and was a major player in the abolition movement. However, women don’t know as much as men because have been oppressed. Letters on the Equality of the Sexes- written by Grimke and it was a compilation of letter and she sent to key people and it was arguing the stance of why women should have the right to speak in church. To respond to the ministers attack on a women’s right to speak in church. Douglass- born a slave was educated by the owners wife and realized that slavery was bad because its hurts the soul. When u treat people inhumane then you lose your own humanity(lose yourself) learns that slavery is bad from the “Liberation” learns geat discurse from cisero where he learns morality. Tells his story about being a slave shows scars on his back. Developed his own rhetorical theory, the way he walked talked and looked all mattered. Spoke truth to power. Slave Narrative - slaves telling stories of being slaves. Doug doesn’t like this because felt like an object. However if not acting like a slave then means you’re not authentic and your stories aren’t real. If acting like a stage on stage then you are just a subject. Burke-
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This note was uploaded on 04/13/2011 for the course SPCM 201 taught by Professor Gregdickinson during the Fall '09 term at Colorado State.

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