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Rhetoric assessment

Political Urges us to do or not to do something Expediency/harm
Forensic Attacks or defends Justice/injustice
Ceremonial Praises or censures Honor/dishonor
Rhetoric The art of identifying the avilible means of persuasion
Counterpart of rhetoric Dialectic
Dialectic Purely logical argument through syllogisms
Syllogism Logical argument with a premise and a conclusion
A truncated syllogism One premise is omitted (glossed over/implied)
Another name for a truncated syllogism Enthymeme
Panderor Someone who misuses rhetoric
3 elements of speech making Speaker, subject, and person addressed
Proposition Plan or assertion that something will happen (Greatness & smallness) (Possible & impossible)
Created by: ragetaco3000