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Logos The logical means of proving an argument. Neutral Audience An audience that is neither open nor opposed to the persuasive proposition. Pathos The use of emotional appeals to persuade an audience.
Persuasive Speeches Speeches which aim to convince an audience to think or behave in a particular way. Proposition of Fact An argument that seeks to establish whether something is true or false. Proposition of Policy An argument that seeks to establish an appropriate course of action. Proposition of Value An argument that seeks to establish the relative worth of something. Receptive Audience An audience that is generally supportive of, or open to, the persuasive proposition. Refutation Pattern A speech designed to anticipate the negative response of an audience, to bring attention to the tensions between the two sides of the argument, and to explain why the audience should change their views.
Speeches to Actuate Persuasive speeches which seek to change or motivate particular behaviors.
Speeches to Convince Persuasive speeches which seek to establish agreement about a particular topic. Status Quo The current situation. Syllogisms Reasoning beginning with a major premise, then moving to a minor premise, before establishing a specific claim. Warrant The often unstated connection between data and claim. Racial Profiling. The real causes of the economic crisis? The Washington Post. Employers also benefit from a higher minimum wage. Brennan Center for Justice.
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