Rhetoric - Fatih Elmali EGL 101 01 The True Might of...

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Fatih Elmali EGL 101 01 The True Might of Rhetoric Rhetoric, the art of persuasion, is used throughout the world, whether intently or not, in order to triumph over another person’s argument or something much more important, like the manipulation of the heart. The most prominent use of rhetoric in our culture is seen in the area of making a person feel comfortable because it allows another person’s feelings to blossom from the bottom of their dark emotions, it makes it easy for people to manipulate others thoroughly, last but not least, it is used by businessmen against citizens to buy their products. Similarly, feelings of depression leads a person to a path of no return. It is the responsibility of a friend to aid the weaknesses of such a person. A person, who is heartbroken, tends to be overcautious to oncoming contacts with other people and refuses to interact because of the feeling of disappointment that his/her next contact will also be as hurtful as his/her last. A heartbroken person in isolation of the outer world needs a friend to lend his/her head onto. The
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This note was uploaded on 03/08/2012 for the course PHY 203 taught by Professor Shelly during the Spring '12 term at Cecil College.

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Rhetoric - Fatih Elmali EGL 101 01 The True Might of...

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