Strategies and Tactics of Persuasion, Week 1 Class 2
Strategies and Tactics of Persuasion, Week 1 Class 2 STRC 2112
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Date Created: 08/31/16
Persuasion Wednesday August 31, 2016 Alien vs Dreamer- good words vs. bad words o The way that we talk about things, or describe and labor people matters o The way we think about and talk to each other constructs meaning The Historical nature of Rhetoric o From ancient Greece o Socrates-one of the first guys to talk about rhetoric—Plato-- Aristotle o Socrates hates rhetoric and is interested in philosophy Wants to understand the world. He thinks those who practice rhetoric are unethical beings o The sophists-group of travelers who go around taking up cases to teach people. They don’t care about ethics, they just care to teach you how to win o Socrates doesn’t like writing because it gets missed interpreted- “you can’t ask a book a question.” o Ethos-the ethics of speaking o Genres of rhetoric: 3 types 1. Deliberative- deals with the future. The genre of politics. You are thinking about creating legislation now that will impact the future 2. Judicial- laws: inacting laws, the courtroom. Deals with the past 3. Epideictic- genre of the present and the genre of ceremony. Celebrating a present moment. Also eulogies during funerals. It’s not about the content of the speech it’s about celebrating the present.
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