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Aristotle's triangle
speaker audience message
triangle
interrelationship
message
what the author is really saying
underlying message
in literature, it's theme
purpose
Is it an argument?
approaches to argumentative style
logos pathos ethos
logos
argumentative appeal to logic
pathos
argumentative appeal to emotion
least sophisticated approach; most likely to get you to act
ethos
argumentative appeal based on the author's credibility
establishing ethos
by author's reputation
by high quality of argument and organization
by appealing to a common value
counterargument
argumentation created by anticipating your opponent's argument and addressing it
context
the events, history, time, culture, etc. surrounding a particular speech or piece of writing