Types of Arguments/ Persuasive Appeals
Understatements
Quote Integration
5 Canons of Rhetoric
Philosophy
100

The type of argument which appeals to the audience's emotions.

What is Pathos?

100

The canon of rhetoric one uses when being humble.

What is modest?

100

An example: Anthony comes up to Gerald, and asks, "What time is it?"

What is Rule 2?

100

The canon that is also known as Pronuntiatio.

What is Actio?

100

Known as the first philosopher.

What is Thales?

200

An argument where one tries to convince the audience their point is beneficial.

What is a useful and advantageous argument?

200

An example: If it is -20 degrees, saying "It's a little chilly outside."

What is comedic?

200

Rule 2.5.

What is Writing an introductory phrase, adding a comma, then putting the quote?

200

This Roman orator came up with the 5 Canons.

What is Cicero?

200

The founder of Stoic philosophy.

Who is Zeno?

300

An example is Joe Biden saying things like " To defeat despair, to build a nation of prosperity and purpose."

 What is Pathos?

300

The three types of understatements

What is comedic, modest, and polite?

300

The rule where one writes an incomplete sentence then goes directly into the quote.

What is Rule 3?

300

Memoria can be memorizing one's speech, and one other thing.

What is other things for impromptu speeches?

300

The three principles of Stoicism.

What is living simply, developing one's brain, and obeying fate?

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