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Ethos-Pathos-Logos-The-3-Rhetorical-Appeals

18 Jan 2017 21:24 | Author: User1489801404 | Category: Resume design engineer mechanical

Proofs: Pathos Emotional Connection (How the audience's feelings are engaged) Ethos Credibility (How the audience perceives the credibility of the writer)

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    heavypeacock805 18 Jan 2017 00:54

    The meaning of the word “rhetoric” seems to differ depending on how the word is used and who''''''''''''''''s using it. You''''''''''''''''ve probably heard politicians at some time or another dismiss the positions of their opponents as “mere rhetoric.” You''''''''''''''''re probably also familiar with the idea of a rhetorical question a question that is meant to make a point and not meant to be answered.

    But rhetoric, as we use it in this class, means something different. Rhetoric is simply the ways in which we try to persuade a given audience, for a given purpose.

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    User1488675956 18 Jan 2017 03:56

    Rhetoric for Beginners: Using Advertisements to Introduce Rhetoric Every ad is a mini-essay, an argument crafted to appeal to a particular audience.

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    bluecat635 17 Jan 2017 23:07

    The meaning of the word “rhetoric” seems to differ depending on how the word is used and who''s using it. You''ve probably heard politicians at some time or another dismiss the positions of their opponents as “mere rhetoric.” You''re probably also familiar with the idea of a rhetorical question a question that is meant to make a point and not meant to be answered.

    But rhetoric, as we use it in this class, means something different. Rhetoric is simply the ways in which we try to persuade a given audience, for a given purpose.

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    ticklishbutterfly955 18 Jan 2017 09:07

    Logos=logic Ethos=ethics. Pathos=persuasiveness

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    IMEMO 18 Jan 2017 01:04

    Explain Ethos Pathos And Logos

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    organicfish367 18 Jan 2017 01:02

    Ethos is appeal based on the character of the speaker. Logos is appeal based on logic Pathos is appeal based on emotion Ethos would be Kimora becuase she is a revered person and many people know of her, so becuase she is advocating this cuase, it is more influential. Logos has to be a stated fact. i m not really sure about the logos in this ad either but I think it has something to do with the diamond being the natural resource that empowers and develops people in Africa Pathos would be the underdeveloped country of Africa and how the people there are unable to recieve a decent education

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    blackostrich126 18 Jan 2017 00:13

    The meaning of the word “rhetoric” seems to differ depending on how the word is used and who's using it. You've probably heard politicians at some time or another dismiss the positions of their opponents as “mere rhetoric.” You're probably also familiar with the idea of a rhetorical question a question that is meant to make a point and not meant to be answered.

    But rhetoric, as we use it in this class, means something different. Rhetoric is simply the ways in which we try to persuade a given audience, for a given purpose.

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    greenswan239 18 Jan 2017 04:07

    The meaning of the word “rhetoric” seems to differ depending on how the word is used and who''''''''s using it. You''''''''ve probably heard politicians at some time or another dismiss the positions of their opponents as “mere rhetoric.” You''''''''re probably also familiar with the idea of a rhetorical question a question that is meant to make a point and not meant to be answered.

    But rhetoric, as we use it in this class, means something different. Rhetoric is simply the ways in which we try to persuade a given audience, for a given purpose.

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    bigladybug983 18 Jan 2017 02:06

    The meaning of the word “rhetoric” seems to differ depending on how the word is used and who''''s using it. You''''ve probably heard politicians at some time or another dismiss the positions of their opponents as “mere rhetoric.” You''''re probably also familiar with the idea of a rhetorical question a question that is meant to make a point and not meant to be answered.

    But rhetoric, as we use it in this class, means something different. Rhetoric is simply the ways in which we try to persuade a given audience, for a given purpose.