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Rhetoric
Ethos
Pathos
Logos
Rhetoric
appeal to belief
appeal to emotion
appeal to logic
the art of persuasion and leadership
Ethos
appeal to belief
Pathos
appeal to emotion
Rhetoric
ethos
pathos
logos
denotation
persuading by the character or credibility of the author
persuading by appealing to the reader's emotions
persuading by the use of reasoning, facts, or logic
the literal (dictionary) meaning of a word
ethos
persuading by the character or credibility of the author
pathos
persuading by appealing to the reader's emotions
Rhetoric
Alliteration
Allusion
Antithesis
Emotive language
Repetition of consonant sounds
A brief and indirect reference to a person, place, thing or i…
A statement in which two opposing ideas are balanced.
Language that is chosen to stir the emotions of the reader.
Alliteration
Repetition of consonant sounds
Allusion
A brief and indirect reference to a person, place, thing or i…
Rhetoric
Alliteration
Rhetoric
Allusion
Antithesis
Repetition of consonant sounds
The art of using language effectively and persuasively
A brief and indirect reference to a person, place, thing or i…
A statement in which two opposing ideas are balanced.
Alliteration
Repetition of consonant sounds
Rhetoric
The art of using language effectively and persuasively
Rhetoric
Context
Purpose
Bias
Thesis
the occasion or the time and place it was written or spoken
Goal that the speaker or writer wants to achieve
influence in an unfair way
the primary position taken by a writer or speaker (logical cl…
Context
the occasion or the time and place it was written or spoken
Purpose
Goal that the speaker or writer wants to achieve
35 terms
Rhetoric
-How is metaphor pervasive in our ever…
How do metaphors structure our underst…
-What is the essence of metaphor accor…
-What Lakoff & Johnson mean by 'metaph…
Metaphors are pervasive in our everyday life because we can't…
by contextualizing everything, and putting it into different…
is to understand and experience one kind of thing in terms of…
if we think of x as y then we think x follows the same rules…
-How is metaphor pervasive in our ever…
Metaphors are pervasive in our everyday life because we can't…
How do metaphors structure our underst…
by contextualizing everything, and putting it into different…
60 terms
Rhetoric
What does the theory of evolution state?
In the Psalms, what do the heavens dec…
What does the 2nd Law of Thermodynamic…
What makes up our Solar System?
The theory of evolution states that life began as a chance co…
"The Heavens declare the Glory of God, the skies proclaim the…
The 2nd Law of Thermodynamics, also called the Law of Entropy…
Our Solar System is made up of a sun, eight planets, their mo…
What does the theory of evolution state?
The theory of evolution states that life began as a chance co…
In the Psalms, what do the heavens dec…
"The Heavens declare the Glory of God, the skies proclaim the…
23 terms
Rhetoric
Rhetoric
logos
pathos
ethos
the art of persuasive speech or writing
appealing to an audience's sense of reason and logic
appealing to the audience's emotions
ethics, appeal created by providing credibility about the spe…
Rhetoric
the art of persuasive speech or writing
logos
appealing to an audience's sense of reason and logic
13 terms
Rhetoric
Aphorism
Autobiography
Speech
Diction
A short saying with meaning
A person's life written by the individual
written words delivered orally
arrangement and choice of words
Aphorism
A short saying with meaning
Autobiography
A person's life written by the individual
Rhetoric
What are the three persuasive strategi…
What is the speaker, audience, purpose…
What is the tone, style, purpose relat…
What is the importance of using an app…
Ethos, Logos, and Pathos
The speaker has to be credible to talk about the purpose. The…
The style needs to be reflected by the tone which needs to be…
If you're speaking to a physicist, you aren't going to speak…
What are the three persuasive strategi…
Ethos, Logos, and Pathos
What is the speaker, audience, purpose…
The speaker has to be credible to talk about the purpose. The…
31 terms
Rhetoric
rhetoric
logos
pathos
ethos
the art of persuasive speech or writing
appealing to an audience's sense of reason and logic
appealing to the audience's emotions
ethics, appeal created by providing credibility about the spe…
rhetoric
the art of persuasive speech or writing
logos
appealing to an audience's sense of reason and logic
Rhetoric
epostolary
syllogism
satire
anecdote
story or novel progresses through "letters"
sophisticated deduction; deceptive argument
used to make fun of an idea or human vice
story told by a character in the story
epostolary
story or novel progresses through "letters"
syllogism
sophisticated deduction; deceptive argument
41 terms
* Rhetoric
Logos
Pathos
Ethos
Logos:... Deductive Reasoning
reason
emotion
authority
an argument that establishes a general observations and proce…
Logos
reason
Pathos
emotion
14 terms
Rhetoric
allusion
rhetorical question
logos
ethos
an indirect reference to a person, place, event, or literary…
a question to which no answer is expected because the answer…
an appeal to logic.
an appeal to ethics.
allusion
an indirect reference to a person, place, event, or literary…
rhetorical question
a question to which no answer is expected because the answer…
85 terms
Rhetoric
allegory
alliteration
allusion
anaphora
narrative with multiple levels of meaning
sequential repetition of similar initial sound
a literary, historical, religious, or mythological reference
repetition of words at the start of successive clauses
allegory
narrative with multiple levels of meaning
alliteration
sequential repetition of similar initial sound
Rhetoric
Ethos
Pathos
Logos
Research is clear: those who sleep les…
Persuasion by appearing trustworthy
Persuasion by toying with the audience's emotion
Persuasion by appealing to the audience's logic, or common se…
Logos
Ethos
Persuasion by appearing trustworthy
Pathos
Persuasion by toying with the audience's emotion
12 terms
rhetoric
Ethos
Pathos
Logos
Pathos
"Blogging encourages lying."
"I can't take this roller coaster of emotions."
"Studies show..."
Bullying hurts.
Ethos
"Blogging encourages lying."
Pathos
"I can't take this roller coaster of emotions."
23 terms
Rhetoric
rhetoric
appeals
logos
ethos
the art of persuasion
strategies for persuasion (ethos, logos, pathos)
facts, statistics, reasons and reasoning
trust, credibility
rhetoric
the art of persuasion
appeals
strategies for persuasion (ethos, logos, pathos)
12 terms
Rhetoric
Context
Purpose
Bias
Thesis
the occasion or the time and place it was written or spoken
Goal that the speaker or writer wants to achieve
influence in an unfair way
the primary position taken by a writer or speaker
Context
the occasion or the time and place it was written or spoken
Purpose
Goal that the speaker or writer wants to achieve
9 terms
Rhetoric
diction
allusion
analogy
imagery
Denotes the word choice and phrasing in a literary work
A passing reference in a work of literature to another litera…
The comparison of a subject to something that is similar to i…
A visual description of an object or a scene - an image or pi…
diction
Denotes the word choice and phrasing in a literary work
allusion
A passing reference in a work of literature to another litera…
17 terms
Rhetoric
ethos
pathos
logos
denotation
persuading by the character or credibility of the author
persuading by appealing to the reader's emotions
persuading by the use of reasoning, facts, or logic
the literal (dictionary) meaning of a word
ethos
persuading by the character or credibility of the author
pathos
persuading by appealing to the reader's emotions
6 terms
Rhetoric
Rhetoric
Repetition
Rhetorical Question
Tricolon
the art of persuasion in speaking and writing
words or phrases that are repeated
a question with an expected answer
words or phrases used in a three
Rhetoric
the art of persuasion in speaking and writing
Repetition
words or phrases that are repeated
60 terms
Rhetoric
epostolary
syllogism
satire
anecdote
story or novel progresses through "letters"
sophisticated deduction; deceptive argument
used to make fun of an idea or human vice
story told by a character in the story
epostolary
story or novel progresses through "letters"
syllogism
sophisticated deduction; deceptive argument
57 terms
rhetoric
Public
Counter-public
Cult of domesticity/True Womanhood
consciousness-raising
A space of discourse organized by nothing but discourse itsel…
Maintains an awareness of its subordinate status
defines females as "other" and views them as limited for limi…
a rhetorical act that involves women meeting in small groups…
Public
A space of discourse organized by nothing but discourse itsel…
Counter-public
Maintains an awareness of its subordinate status
rhetoric
invention
commonplace
argument
issue
the art of finding available arguments in any situation... one o…
a statement or knowledge commonly shared among a given audien…
a rhetorical situation when the people involved disagree abou…
matter about which there is dispute
invention
the art of finding available arguments in any situation... one o…
commonplace
a statement or knowledge commonly shared among a given audien…
11 terms
Rhetoric
Anaphora
Rhetoric
Parallelism
Repetition
A rhetorical figure of repetition in which the same word or p…
The art of using language effectively and persuasively
The repetition of similar grammatical or syntactical patterns.
Repeated use of sounds, words, or ideas for effect and emphasis
Anaphora
A rhetorical figure of repetition in which the same word or p…
Rhetoric
The art of using language effectively and persuasively
rhetoric
rhetoric
rhetorical question
allusion
synonym
The art of using language effectively and persuasively
A question asked merely for rhetorical effect and not requiri…
A direct or indirect reference to something which is presumab…
A word that means the same as another word
rhetoric
The art of using language effectively and persuasively
rhetorical question
A question asked merely for rhetorical effect and not requiri…
15 terms
Rhetoric
Rhetorical question
Polysyndeton
Epic simile
Alliteration
A question that has an assumed obvious answer
The overuse of conjunctions (and, or, but)
A long comparison
Repetition of consonant
Rhetorical question
A question that has an assumed obvious answer
Polysyndeton
The overuse of conjunctions (and, or, but)
8 terms
Rhetoric
Rhetoric
Rhetorical Appeals
Ethos
Pathos
The art of persuading someone through speaking or writing.
Logos, pathos, and ethos
Persuading someone based on the they look or act.
Persuading someone based on their emotions.
Rhetoric
The art of persuading someone through speaking or writing.
Rhetorical Appeals
Logos, pathos, and ethos
14 terms
Rhetoric
Fable
narrative
anecdote/Cheria
proverb/maxim
given a fable
retelling a story multiple different ways
reports either a saying, an edifying action, or both
given a proverb
Fable
given a fable
narrative
retelling a story multiple different ways
rhetoric
ad hominem
ad ignorantium
ad misericordium
ad populum
attacking the person
burden of proof // mistaking lack of evidence on other side a…
appeal to pity
appeal to the people - everyone thinks so, so it must be true
ad hominem
attacking the person
ad ignorantium
burden of proof // mistaking lack of evidence on other side a…
Rhetoric
Exemplification
Enumeration
Anaolgy
Cause to Effect
provides specific examples
Organizes by listing categories
Making direct comparisons between the subject and similar cir…
Presents the source the led to the problem... (The banks lent to…
Exemplification
provides specific examples
Enumeration
Organizes by listing categories
rhetoric
Plato Quote
Francis Bacon Quote
George Campbell Quote
Kenneth Burke Quote
Rhetoric is the art of winning the soul by discourse
Rhetoric is the application of reason to imagination for the…
Rhetoric is that art of talent by which discourse is adopted…
Rhetoric is rooted in an essential function of language itsel…
Plato Quote
Rhetoric is the art of winning the soul by discourse
Francis Bacon Quote
Rhetoric is the application of reason to imagination for the…
6 terms
rhetoric
rhetoric
dialectic
sophist
maxim
the art of persuasion
back and forth conversation that uses logic
someone who focuses on sounding good
a wise saying
rhetoric
the art of persuasion
dialectic
back and forth conversation that uses logic
243 terms
Rhetoric
Paradigms
Epistemology Definition (Philosophical…
Ontology
Social Scientific Paradigm
Not one dominates the field... Flexibility is encouraged... Scholar…
Study of knowledge, knowledge is relative and constantly chan…
Studying of being, study of the nature of things
Descended from DesCartes, positive, descendent of psychology…
Paradigms
Not one dominates the field... Flexibility is encouraged... Scholar…
Epistemology Definition (Philosophical…
Study of knowledge, knowledge is relative and constantly chan…
Rhetoric
Abstract
subordination
periodic sentence structure
Loose Sentence Structure
not tangible, or of the physical world
the use of words or word groups to indicate that some element…
main clause at end of sentence
main idea/clause first
Abstract
not tangible, or of the physical world
subordination
the use of words or word groups to indicate that some element…
Rhetoric
The theory of evolution states that li…
The heavens declare the glory of god t…
The second law of thermodynamics often…
Our solar system is made up of a sun e…
What does the theory of evolution state?
In the psalms what do the heavens declare?
What does the second law of thermodynamics often called the l…
What makes up our solar system
The theory of evolution states that li…
What does the theory of evolution state?
The heavens declare the glory of god t…
In the psalms what do the heavens declare?
5 terms
Rhetoric
Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg address.
Luke 10:27
Rhetorc
William Shakespeare's Julius Caesar, a…
That government of the people, by the people, for the people,…
Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with…
the art of effective or persuasive speaking
For I have neither wit, nor words, nor worth, action, nor utt…
Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg address.
That government of the people, by the people, for the people,…
Luke 10:27
Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with…
17 terms
rhetoric
cirriculum vitae
de facto
dejure
deus ex machina
academics
in fact
according to the law
someone who steps into the plot to rescue the plot
cirriculum vitae
academics
de facto
in fact
243 terms
Rhetoric
Paradigms
Epistemology Definition (Philosophical…
Ontology
Social Scientific Paradigm
Not one dominates the field... Flexibility is encouraged... Scholar…
Study of knowledge, knowledge is relative and constantly chan…
Studying of being, study of the nature of things
Descended from DesCartes, positive, descendent of psychology…
Paradigms
Not one dominates the field... Flexibility is encouraged... Scholar…
Epistemology Definition (Philosophical…
Study of knowledge, knowledge is relative and constantly chan…
Rhetoric
What is radiometric dating?
Why is radiometric dating inaccurate?
what does the theory of evolution state?
in the Psalms what do the heavens decl…
Radiometric dating uses the decay rate of radioactive materia…
Radiometric dating is inaccurate because it assumes that spec…
the theory of evolution states that life began as a chance co…
the heavens declare the gory of god; the skies proclaim the w…
What is radiometric dating?
Radiometric dating uses the decay rate of radioactive materia…
Why is radiometric dating inaccurate?
Radiometric dating is inaccurate because it assumes that spec…
rhetoric
false cause
hasty generalization
inductive argument
inference
the fallacy of attributing the cause of something to whatever…
A fallacy in which a conclusion is not logically justified by…
Creating a case by providing specific examples and drawing a…
A conclusion reached on the basis of evidence and reasoning
false cause
the fallacy of attributing the cause of something to whatever…
hasty generalization
A fallacy in which a conclusion is not logically justified by…
36 terms
Rhetoric
Parallelism
Isocolon
Antithesis
Anastrophe
Similarity of structure in a pair or series of related words,…
Paralellism that uses similarly structured elements of the sa…
Juxtaposition of contrasting words or ideas (often in paralle…
Departure from normal word order for the sake of emphasis
Parallelism
Similarity of structure in a pair or series of related words,…
Isocolon
Paralellism that uses similarly structured elements of the sa…
18 terms
Rhetoric
Denotation
Connontation
Appropriateness
Learned Words
The dictionary definition of a word
an idea or feeling that a word invokes in addition to its lit…
the validity of using certain word choice and structure based…
Higher diction... Long sentences... Serious Tone... No contradictions…
Denotation
The dictionary definition of a word
Connontation
an idea or feeling that a word invokes in addition to its lit…
53 terms
Rhetoric
Arête
Artisic proofs
bases
Common Topics
the ability to manage ones personal affair in an intelligent…
ethos-credibility, pathos - emotional, logos - logic words yo…
these are specific issues address in a legal case. From Quint…
generalized that is common knowledge that everyone should kno…
Arête
the ability to manage ones personal affair in an intelligent…
Artisic proofs
ethos-credibility, pathos - emotional, logos - logic words yo…
Rhetoric
Exigence
Purpose
Pathos
Audience
Is the issue, problem, or situation, that promted the compost…
What the author hope to accomplish. What they want the audien…
Refers to the argument's emotional appeals or the text's abil…
To whom is the piece addressed to. Ex: The people that the au…
Exigence
Is the issue, problem, or situation, that promted the compost…
Purpose
What the author hope to accomplish. What they want the audien…
45 terms
Rhetoric
Anaphora
Amplification
Anecdote
Aphorism
the repetition of words, phrases, or clauses in successive li…
arranging words or clauses in a sequence of increasing force
an interesting story, humorous or otherwise, that is briefly…
a memorable, brief expression of some principle or truth, a s…
Anaphora
the repetition of words, phrases, or clauses in successive li…
Amplification
arranging words or clauses in a sequence of increasing force
51 terms
Rhetoric
a sentential adverb
asyndeton
polysyndeton
understatement
a single word or short phrase, usually interrupting normal sy…
consists of omitting conjunctions between words, phrases, or…
the use of a conjunction between each word, phrase, or clause…
deliberately expresses an idea as less important than it actu…
a sentential adverb
a single word or short phrase, usually interrupting normal sy…
asyndeton
consists of omitting conjunctions between words, phrases, or…
7 terms
Rhetoric
Rhetoric
Repetition
Rhetorical Question
Tricolon
the art of persuasion in speaking and writing
words or phrases that are repeated
a question with an expected answer
words or phrases used in a three
Rhetoric
the art of persuasion in speaking and writing
Repetition
words or phrases that are repeated
21 terms
Rhetoric
Pun
Double entendre
Onomatopoeia
Analogy
A play on words
A play on words with sexual connotations
A word that sounds like what it describes
Parallel comparisons
Pun
A play on words
Double entendre
A play on words with sexual connotations
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