Public Speaking PART 5 - Fallacies

Public Speaking PART 5 - Fallacies - Persuasive Speaking...

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Persuasive  Speaking Aristotle Ethos, Pathos, Logos Three forms of Rhetorical Proof
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Persuasive  Speaking Aristotle Ethos –  the moral character or  credibility of the speaker Pathos –  appealing to emotions  of the audience Logos –  appealing to reason  and logic
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Forms of  Reasoning Inductive Reasoning –  drawing a conclusion  based upon specific (sometimes limited) evidence. Deductive vs. Inductive Aristotle’s  “Logos”:
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Inductive  Reasoning If this girl has had great  experiences with big dogs, but  has noticed a few small dogs  act vicious, she may decide  ALL small dogs are vicious,  and ALL big dogs are nice. Example: Aristotle’s  “Logos”:
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Reasoning Deductive Reasoning –  beginning with a  general argument, and applying it to specific cases,  incidents, and locations. Deductive vs. Inductive
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This note was uploaded on 10/11/2011 for the course COMM 101 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Boise State.

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Public Speaking PART 5 - Fallacies - Persuasive Speaking...

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