1. What were some of the main points of contention in ancient conceptions of rhetoric? To what extent do you think those points of contention survive today? Please provide examples to support your reasoning.
The Rhetorical Tradition: Readings From Classical Times to the Present
Please read the following from The Rhetorical Tradition: Readings From Classical Times to the Present:
Part I, Introduction, pp. 18-40
Anonymous, Dissoi Logoi, pp. 69-77
Aspasia, pp. 53-68
Isocrates, pp. 84-95
Plato, pp. 97-199
Aristotle, pp. 200-240
2.In your own words, explain how Aristotle’s view of audience relies on ethos, pathos, and topos. Then, give an example of each from one politician or well-known member of society.
Read Aristotle Rhetoric – attachment
Each response should be at least 2 paragraphs long, and each paragraph should consist of 3-5 sentences
b. Responses should also have at least one reference and a proper citation for that reference APA format
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