BR: D19 What are the 5 canons of rhetoric? Review pp. 120-121 Define Each: Invention Planning what youll be saying Arrangement How will you organize your information? Style Take what youve planned, and use the best words and way to share it. Memory The most impressive way to share info is to have it memorized Delivery Be ready to actually share what you want to share! Review & Scope These
last few days, well review the info from Ch. 7 and excerpts of Ch. 9 (Clarity, Coherence, Conciseness, pp 163-170, and Delivery, pp 175176) that we covered, as well as the logical fallacies that we discussed. Well have a review & quiz* (*if needed) next time, and then the final class will be a chance for you guys to give feedback about the class! Ch. 7 Continued
We discussed already the first part of Ch. 7, re: The 5 canons of Rhetoric: Invention Arrangement Style
Memory Delivery What are the two approaches to invention? First: Quintilius suggested that we ought to know as much as possible so that we are well-informed and can easily debate topics on a whim.
Second: Knowing where and how to find or generate information for debate. Both are important. How to Invent Debate Topics Aristotle came up with some topics or places to find an argument. These include (see pp. 124-125) Definition by class or category
Division of whole into parts Comparision by Similarity, Difference, Degree, etc. Cause and Effect Contradictions
Authority, Testimonial, Statistics, etc. Stases: Places where arguments begin / start See pp 126-128: Fact: Is this issue actually a concern? Does it exist?
Definition: What is this issue actually? Are people arguing about two different things? Ex: What do we mean by Illegal immigration? Quality: How serious is this issue? Is it bad / good? Ex: Is global warming actually real?
Ex: Even though graffiti might exist, is it necessarily bad? Procedure: What ought we to do about the situation? How can we resolve it? Ex: Can decreasing vehicle emissions actually help with climate change? Research: Why Do does research matter?
sources matter? How does this affect ethos? Style: What is clarity anyway? Why What is coherence?
Why What does it matter? does it matter? is conciseness? Why does it matter? Delivery: p 175-76 What
Why is delivery? should we care? Fallacies Weve Covered: Fallacies Weve Covered: Fallacies Weve Covered: Fallacies Weve Covered:
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