Logos, Ethos And Pathos In Aristotle's Rhetoric

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Aristotle is a famous silhouette of ancient Greek philosophy. His myriad vocations differentiated between metaphysics, mathematics, physics, biology, botany, ethics, politics, agriculture, medicine, dance, and theatre. Aristotle was a prodigiously venerable renaissance man who created the eminent rhetorical triangle, thenceforth the rhetor. A rhetor refers to a person who adequately uses Aristotle's rhetorical tactics. The three main persuasion appeals in the vicinity of the rhetorical triangle are logos, ethos, and pathos; each has a specific use. Logos is used to persuade the audience, not only by using actual statistics, but logical reason as well. Ethos is implied to show credibility of the author, using also ethical and/or moral beliefs,
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