Vocab Words
Plato's Cave
Dialectic vs Rhetoric
Four Reasons Rhetoric is Useful
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An appeal to credibility or character

What is ethos?

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The two men having a conversation

Who were Socrates and Glaucon?

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The starting point of both

What is endoxa (common opinion)?

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The first reason

What is, To assist the truth?

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Participants in Dialectic conversation

One speaking with one

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An appeal to emotion

What is pathos?

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The place it's preferrable to live

What is the upper world?

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The appeal of Rhetoric

What is ethos, pathos, and logos?

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The second reason.

What is, To persuade when Logos alone isn't enough?

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What Plato called Rhetoric

What is "Flattery! Cookery! False makeup!"? 

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An appeal to reason

What is logos?

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These can burn, metaphorically and physically.

What are the fire and the sun?

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The appeal of Dialectic

What is logos?

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The third reason

What is, To see both sides of an argument?

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One of Aristotle's definitions of Rhetoric

What is, "the faculty of observing in any given case the available means of persuasion"?

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Truth, Beauty, and Goodness

What are the transcendentals?

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These could be considered shadows in the world today

What is anything that is a stretched and twisted version of the True, Good, and Beautiful?

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The participants in a rhetorical setting

What is one speaking to many?

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The fourth reason

What is, To defend one's beliefs?

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The other of Aristotle's definitions of Rhetoric

What is,  "Rhetoric is the counterpart of Dialectic"?

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Endoxa

What is the common opinion?

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The job of the philosopher

What is returning to the Cave to release the prisoners?

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The privileged means of dialectic

What is syllogism?

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All four reasons.

What is, (See previous answers)?

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Aristotle's life

384-322 BC

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