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Views of Plato & Aristotle on Rhetoric

.... willing ôto have a discussionö, thus maintaining that he will not hear a discourse such as that typically given by the Sophists like Gorgias (Plato, 1997, 793 ....

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Plato as a Rhetorician

.... basic concern in mind that Plato created two of his anti-Sophist rhetorical acts, the written dialogues "Gorgias" and "Phaedrus." In "Gorgias," Plato pits his ....

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Plato and the Sophists

.... basic concern in mind that Plato created two of his anti-Sophist rhetorical acts, the written dialogues "Gorgias" and "Phaedrus." In "Gorgias," Plato pits his ....

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Greek Religion. Paleolithic Age. Plato's Dialetic.

.... Plato argued, mainly in Gorgias, that rhetoric was an ineffective means of communication, particularly in comparison to dialectic. ....

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PLATO ESSAY: Plato's Dialogues

.... Plato, through Socrates, vehemently rejects rhetoric as nothing more than opinionated words in Gorgias. .... (1987). Plato: Gorgias. Translated by Donald J. Zeyl. ....

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Plato's Dialogues

.... Plato, through Socrates, vehemently rejects rhetoric as nothing more than opinionated words in Gorgias. .... (1987). Plato: Gorgias. Translated by Donald J. Zeyl. ....

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Isocrates, Plato & Education

.... Plato, in Gorgias, would attack the teacher of rhetoric for producing students who turn out bad, who use rhetorical skill to advance themselves at the expense ....

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Rhetoric Strategy of Today's Politics

Rhetoric Strategy Introduction Plato, through Socrates, vehemently rejects rhetoric as nothing more than opinionated words in Gorgias. .... (1987). Plato: Gorgias. ....

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Rhetoric Strategy & Terrorist Attacks in Spain

Rhetoric Strategy Introduction Plato, through Socrates, vehemently rejects rhetoric as nothing more than opinionated words in Gorgias. .... (1987). Plato: Gorgias. ....

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Isocrates & Sophism

.... Plato, in Gorgias, would attack the teacher of rhetoric for producing students who turn out bad, who use rhetorical skill to advance themselves at the expense ....

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Reasoning and Philosophic Logic

.... Boston: Bedford Books, 1990. Plato. "Gorgias." In The Rhetorical Tradition, P. Bizzell and B. Herzberg (eds.), 61-112. Boston: Bedford Books, 1990. ....

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Rhetoric

.... Socrates and Plato viewed all human experience as constant, while Protagoras and Gorgias believed that life is torn by contraries and opposites and objects of ....

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Criticism of Fannie Lou Hamer

.... Instead, in Gorgias, Socrates will not listen to oratory from Gorgias because he believes .... into an issue or a problem and does not invite discussion (Plato 795 ....

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John Stuart Mill's Utilitarianism

.... The views of both Callicles and Socrates as presented by Plato contrast with that of Mill, but not in the same way. Callicles (Gorgias 492a-c) presents a ....

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THE NATURE OF PUNISHMENT

.... 1996: 44+ Newman, George. "Criminal Economics." Across the Board Nov.-Dec. 1994: 9-10. Plato. Gorgias. Trans. Robin Waterfield. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1994. ....

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Attitudinal Change in Social Psychology

.... and the art of persuasion, but chiefly to distinguish it from philosophy, which Plato, through the Socratic dialogues Phaedrus and the Gorgias, concludes is ....

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Roman Orator Cicero

.... Plato would satirize this technical approach to rhetoric, with its emphasis on persuasion rather than truth, in his Gorgias, and in the Phaedrus he discussed ....

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