Aristotle’s Systematic Rhetoric

Aristotleâ - Aristotles Systematic Rhetoric Greek philosopher(384-322 B.C.E Author of The Rhetoric(c 334 B.C.E Founder of the Peripatetic

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Aristotle’s Systematic Rhetoric Greek philosopher (384-322 B.C.E.) Author of The Rhetoric (c. 334 B.C.E.) Founder of the Peripatetic School
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Rhetoric : the faculty of observing in any given situation the most available and effective means of persuasion faculty: 1) ability or power 2) innate or acquired ability to act or do 3) an inherent capability, power or function 4) natural aptitude * * Definitions taken from Merriam- Webster
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The Steps or Offices of Rhetoric Invention: Discover the topic and subject matter of your speech, your main argument , the research and supporting materials, etc. Arrangement: Choose an organizational pattern or structuring device. Style: Select the style and mode of presentation most appropriate to your situation and purpose.
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Aristotle s Means or Modes of Persuasion Ethos:
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This note was uploaded on 06/16/2011 for the course SPCH 140 taught by Professor Cochran during the Fall '10 term at South Carolina.

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Aristotleâ - Aristotles Systematic Rhetoric Greek philosopher(384-322 B.C.E Author of The Rhetoric(c 334 B.C.E Founder of the Peripatetic

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