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As ideology and rhetoric are so intertwined, it is reasonable to believe that ideology plays a major role in whether a rhetor would create a rhetorical situation, which is normally a highly choreographed event, or just see a need to address emergent rhetorical situations only.
Warnick (1996) also refers to it as symbolic liaison and argues that it is "a whole universe of experience shared by the rhetor and audience upon which the rhetor can draw to gain acceptance of his or her position" (p.
This allowed the rhetor to relate the presented virtues to whatever discourses people already accepted and used.
Certainly no other rhetor did this, and the votes against Socrates provide ample evidence of why such a rhetorical strategy is highly unorthodox.
Greco also briefly discusses the occasional identification of the inspired poet with the rhetor, again without clarifying if this is done polemically (i.
Foss and Griffin also describe an alternate and feminist theory-inspired communicative approach called "invitational" rhetoric, where the rhetor purposely gives up any attempt to persuade, offering perspectives, listening, and allowing interlocutors to choose, reject, or modify the perspectives of the rhetor.
Demetrius On Style and Longinus On the Sublime, for examples, offer perceptive insights (per Osborn's lauding Longinian imagery allowing "the rhetor to 'picture' his or her subject in moving detail").
En el fragmento 13, el rhetor sostiene que tanto los meteorologos (la ciencia), como los abogados e incluso los filosofos utilizan la persuasion en su argumentacion (cf.
Second, I outline a compatible rhetorical ecological feminist agency, where agency refers to "the capacity of the rhetor to act" in relationship to these epistemologies (Geisler 12).
Not only has the orator, but the rhetor and the chatterbox had the gift of talking; but the orator talks to say something; the rhetor to hear himself talking, the chatterbox to talk.
In rhetorical communication, an implied utopia may be present as the imagined better city or society for the rhetor or the audience; or it can be the setting of an imagined rhetorical situation.
Her ethos, revealed explicitly through humor and implicitly through the comic plot, has earned our trust and fashioned our souls; we have become comic by following this wonderfully comic rhetor.