Aristotle And Aristotle's The Art Of Rhetoric

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while someone who has a bit more faith will react to the appeal-to-emotion method. The first one, the appeal-to-reason method uses a rational argument, which emphasized on reason and in the scientific method, set out the evidence and the reasons for holding a point of view. This method good for the types of people who need a guide for the controversy. The second type of persuasion is the appeal to emotion. The appeal-to-emotion is based on the emotions that an individual feels. Often this can be a more effective way for the people as a whole because people can often be decided by their emotions more than by their minds. In The Art of Rhetoric, for the great philosopher Aristotle, Aristotle favorite persuasion through reason alone, he realized …show more content…
Aristotle recognizes three strategies of persuasion: reasoned proof (logos), emotional appeal (pathos), and appeal to the good reputation of the speaker (ethos). Logos, pathos, and ethos are still the base of current types of persuasion today. Thus, modern science aspires to carry a point by logos alone. Logos refers to the logic, the words, and the reasons for your argument, Speakers used logos by presenting reliable information to support the material and verbally citing their sources during their speech. Pathos refers to the emotional content of the argument and is probably the most important. That you can use to drive people to change their thinking and take a particular action. It is only when you move people at an emotional level. Ethos refers to your persona, ethics, and your credibility when you speak. Rising your believability with your audience before and during your speech increases the probability that listeners will accept your …show more content…
Telling that state and religion should be isolated would help get over the American people He doesn't want the population to feel that what they have chosen to believe is wrong contrast to his views so that is why he mentions that state and religion should be separate. This speech not only has been about the character of Romney but also the emotion and logical reasoning. Romney wants to save the religious heritage, also the freedom of speech and religion. “No people in the history of the world have sacrificed as much for liberty.” He wants people to know the history of America and how it came. America's history comes from public trying to live life the way they want, free to believe what they want to believe. This speech not only in the ethos approach but also pathos and logos as well. Stirring up current issues of the world is his technique to telling the people that he well aware of what is happened around the world and that he has awareness of past and current events. Because he is trying to persuade a large percent of people, he has to have an emotional appeal to join as many people as he can. “I believe that every faith I’ve encountered draws its adherents closer to God. And in every faith I’ve come to know, there are features I wish were in my own:”.He wants to contact with people on an emotional level so that he can fasten with people

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