peroratio

See: peroration
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"That," quoth the other complacently, "was my final argument, my crowning effort, or peroratio , as the orators have it.
Cierra el publicista argentino con la peroracion o peroratio, en donde transparenta la argumentacion que subyace a la biografia de Manuel Bulnes:
In 6: 11-18, Paul's intended rhetoric is to summarize its message in the style of "peroratio, whose main purpose is precisely to give the lawyer or the rhetorician the opportunity to briefly summarize the main points of the discourse and inspire the audience with strong emotional impressions." (Buscemi 2004: 603)
(12) De acuerdo con Capdevila (2004), la superestructura del discurso persuasivo se ordena en tres niveles: a) la ordenacion del discurso en secciones: exordio, narracion, argumentacion y conclusion o peroratio; b) la ordenacion de los contenidos dentro de cada parte.
mas las palabras que los hechos ...", inmediatamente despues de la promesa de brevedad; la "narratio" desde "Al proponer al Oriente ..." hasta "dar tormento a la gente menuda"; la "argumentatio" desde "senores masones ..." hasta "todo depende de la mano que arroje el pedazo de pan" y, por ultimo, la "peroratio" desde "Poniendome pues ..." hasta el final ".en el Nuncio de Toledo", explicandoles que esta institucion fue un famoso manicomio, para que puedan asi entender correctamente la alusion que con ella se hace.
Como trata o poema da separacao, sua peroratio e a confirmacao dessa separacao, isto e, a ausencia de filhos que possam coroar o amor.
De hecho, todas las fases de la disposicion se pueden detectar en los hipertextos de la Red: es posible divisar en la costumbre de la presentacion o intro una captatio benevolentiae (exordium), narraciones proposturales (narratio), argumentaciones mas retoricas que logicas (argumentatio) y dispositivos que permiten al lector, una vez abandonado el site, sentirse todavia interpelado (peroratio).
Como peroracao (peroratio), temos algo breve em Camoes.
The parts of speech are: exordium, narratio, partitio, confirmatio, reprehensio si peroratio. Placing the arguments in the homiletic discourse is a real art of composing, because of coherence, unity and the preacher's logic of argumentation.
It may not be important to know the member of the Medici family addressed in the closing peroratio of the Principe, nor is it essential to be familiar with the details of Castiglione's relationship with the Papal power in order to enjoy the literary greatness of the Cortegiano.
First, chapters 1-32 each consist of a threefold macrostructure, which is derived from classical rhetoric: a formal beginning (exordium) followed by a middle section (narratio or argumentatio with a propositio, that is, the designation or circumscription of the topic) and concluded by a peroratio or conclusio.
(41) As a starting point, the classical rhetoricians developed a complex paradigm for arguments that still is applied in court rules (42) for trial and appellate briefs: Exordium (introduction or statement of the issues presented), Narratio (statement of the case), Partitio (summary of the argument), Confirmatio (argument), and Peroratio (conclusion).