References in periodicals archive ?
Class B AIS held on board MV Panighat including ; verification of primary data, confirmatio of GPS fix and transmission of data on intrerogation by calling ship together with furnisnljig ~of test report
The next step is the confirmatio, where the rhetor elaborates his stance, giving arguments for or against the case.
Tolti via dunque tutti gli ostacoli", cosi inizia la confirmatio, che con l'aiuto di citazioni da Orazio e Ovidio prospetta i fruttuosi risultati di questi studi, le numerose invenzioni, i libri e le composizioni destinate al "pubblico", che saranno di tale utilita da suscitare grande meraviglia.
with what the Romans called confirmatio (proof) and
The Ejercicios is a pedagogical tool organized around the structure of Aphthonius's progymnasmata, from which the titles of Torres's fourteen "Exercises" are derived: Fabula, Sententia, Refutatio, Confirmatio, Laus, and Vituperatio, to mention a few.
See also Thomas Erastus (Lieber), Seventy-five Theses and Confirmatio Thesium (1568), the former being translated into English in 1659.
The third section consists of two moves: (c) a confirmatio, which presents proofs for the argument that are based on probabilities, definitions, and the quality of the proposed action (9:33-12:43), followed by (d) a reprehensio, or refutation of opposing arguments (12.
Both may use for effect the same rhetorical strategies of exordium, narratio, confirmatio, etc.
He then combines the standard fourth and fifth sections--the confirmatio (one's strongest positive arguments) and confutatio (refutation of contrary viewpoints--his extended antirrhesis); these make up the bulk of the tale and are anticipated in the opening two paragraphs.
On the other hand, they also constitute effectively applied instances of confirmatio or proof(57) that lend support to the detractors' arguments.
Hardison says the "standard prose form" of the sixteenth century, when the essay was invented, was the "oration" (13), a highly conventionalized and difficult mode of writing comprising effects taken from Greek rhetoric: exordium (expressing the main point), confirmatio (arguments in favor of the main point), refutatio (answering arguments against the main point), and peroratio (summary and restatement of the main point).
exordium, narratio, confirmatio, conclusio), and specific rhetorical forms, strategies, and patterns (enthymemes, figurative language, examples, repetition, etc.