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Aristotle’s PeRsuasive Audience appeals
ARISTOTLE In Rhetoric, Aristotle describes three main types of rhetoric: ethos, logos, and pathos. Rhetoric (n) - the art of speaking or writing effectively.
THREE TYPES OF RHETORIC ETHOS LOGOS PATHOS
ETHOS Ethos = speaker’s credibility A credible speaker is: Respectable (trustworthy, moral, of good character) Relatable to the audience An authority on his or her topic
LOGOS Logos = logical argument A logical argument: Is based on facts and statistics Makes sense
LOGOS (CONT’D) Claim: Students should be allowed to chew gum in class. What are facts you could use to convince an audience to believe the above claim?
PATHOS Pathos = emotional connection Language choice can add to an argument. Narratives can help an audience connect emotionally to an argument.
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