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Genus
class, the known, one of the three elements of a logical definition
differentia
distinguuishing characteristics, one of three logical definition elements
exposition
deals with ideas, analytical
organizational pattern of a descriptive composition
spatial
approximate definition is like an expository composition
explains thesis
definition by division arranged vertically
outline
has chronological arrangement
narration
typical organizational scheme for exposition
logical
principle of outlining demands the use of nouns or noun substitutes
topic phrasing
principle of outlining; similarity of language forms
parallel phrasing
Genus
class, the known, one of the three elements of a logical definition
differentia
distinguuishing characteristics, one of three logical definition elements
exposition
deals with ideas, analytical
organizational pattern of a descriptive composition
spatial
approximate definition is like an expository composition
explains thesis
definition by division arranged vertically
outline
has chronological arrangement
narration
typical organizational scheme for exposition
logical
principle of outlining demands the use of nouns or noun substitutes
topic phrasing
principle of outlining; similarity of language forms
parallel phrasing
key word in argumentative proposition
persuasive
Quintillian rhetoric 7 steps and functions
a. Exordium- brings up discussion
b. Narration- gives history and reasons
c. Exposition- definitions
d. Proposition- THESIS
e. Confirmation- body
f. Refutation- discredits main idea
g. Peroration- concluding material
Quintillian
(A.D. 35-100) ROMAN educator, rhetorician inventor of 7-step argumentative
process and definition essays are expository
they explain, inform, analyze, and interpret
detail under a subtopic
numbers
subtopic
capital letters
the signifier for a main topic
capital roman numerals
why no intro, body or conclusion of outline
the outline gives direction, not a rough draft, but a base
precedes the actual outline of an essay
thesis
two or more topics always
principle of division
mode of composition concerns the truth or falsity of a proposition
argumentative
definition
language form that explains an unknown in terms of a known
3 elements of logical definition
term, genus, differentiae