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Speech and reading in the family, literature, philosophy, and sciences were all dialogues that were what type of educaiton

pre-rhetorical

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Psychology, ethics, rhetorical theory/criticism/history are all considered

advanced rhetorical training

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What is rhetorical situation

when eloquent communication is well adapted to it's situation

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The three part rhetorical situation triangle from bottom to top

Bottom: Rhetorical Situation
Middle: Artifacts, rhetorical appeals
Top: Response of audience

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Appeals may have various desired responses from the

target audience

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3 Necessary components for achievement of aims

1: Appeals must have various desired responses in the target audience
2: If they are clear, logical and well designed
3: If they adapt well to aspects of their rhetorical situation

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8 Elements of a Situation

1.Reputation/Prior Ethos
2. Shaping Influences
3. Audience
4. Forum
5. Genre
6. Occasion
7. Kairos (adapted)
8. Kairos (created)

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What the audience knows about the rhetor before the communication act

Reputation/Prior Ethos

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The audience may not know this as it is often due to societal and cultural frameworks

Shaping Influences

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Role in relation to rhetoric and communicatione act, sectioned into identity groups

audience

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The location/medium of rhetorical act

Forum

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familiar types/kinds of communication

Genre

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Common situations such as weddings, businesses, meetings

Occasion

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saying the right thing at the right external time

kairos (adapted)

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inventing a new occasion and swiftly responding to changing situation during communication

kairos (created)

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Claim > Data > Analysis

Deductive Reasoning

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Data > Analysis > Conclusion

Inductive Reasoning

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Deduction

Instructive and persuasive genres

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Induction

Creative genres. The research process. Dialectical logic.

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Syllogism

Complete argument of claim, data and warrant

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Enthymeme

Informal argument missing one of three parts. Assumed or supplied by the audience

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Who devoted their work to the analysis of moral reasoning and sought to develop practical arguments?

Stephen Toulmin

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The three main elements of the Toulmin model of argument is

1. Claim
2. Data
3. Warrant

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The 4 optional elements of argument in Toulmin's model are

1. Qualities
2. Exception
3. Anticipated Rebuttle
4. Backing

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From whom?

Rhetor

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To whom?

audience

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Where will you say it?

Forum

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How will you say it?

Genre

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When are such things usually said?

Occasion

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Why now?

Kairos