Advertisements are set up to do one thing and one thing only, get the audience to love the product. Advertising producers must take a lot into consideration when creating the ads. Producers think about what colors, fonts and sizing to use when creating an ad. An ad for Jose Cuervo is set up for an audience of age 18 and above, considering this is the drinking age in Mexico. The purpose is to get people to see how amazing the product is and go out and buy it, so the producer can get a profit.
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.
The philosopher Aristotle, the master of rhetoric sat a fundamental elements and strategies to make the speech great. He said that rhetoric is based on three appeals; the first one logical appeal or "logos" which means the use of logic. This appeal uses evidence, reasoning, stablished facts, and statistics to construct a good argument and convince the audience. The second is emotional appeal or "pathos" which means the use of emotions, and imagination to invoke the audience’s feelings and influence them. Although this appeal is very effective, it sometimes can be tricky.
Luis Arredondo Professor Kinkead Composition I 11 September 2016 Aristotle Summary Aristotle Rhetoric Book I takes a look into the social implications of rhetoric, while describing attributes of rhetoric. Aristotle clarifies the difference between dialectic and rhetoric, dialect having overall implications of the message and rhetoric having particular set of goals. The main goal of Rhetoric is to persuade the audience on a large scale. Ethos, logos, and pathos are necessary for persuading the audience due to ethos establishing credibility for the speaker, logos giving the speech a logical approach, pathos giving the audience an emotional perspective.
Assignment 5 In the Politics, Aristotle describes three basic sorts of people, known as the beast, the citizen, and the god. Gods and beasts are both barbaric to Aristotle, because their ends are needs, not virtue. This is illustrated on page 109 when he says, “He who is without a polis, by reason of his own nature and not of some accident, is either a poor sort of being, or a being higher than man” (Aristotle, 1996, pg. 109.) This means that man is either a beast or a god if he chooses to be apart from the polis.
Before taking this ethics course, I was really questioning if this course would benefit me as a future healthcare professional or make me a better person. Throughout this semester, I have learned about many different philosophers. Some philosophers, I knew very little about and some that I have never heard of before. After reading and learning about the many philosophers, the three philosophers that I felt contributed to me becoming an educated citizen were Aristotle, John Stuart Mills, and Sarcrates. Aristotle’s views help me become an effective communicator in my personal life as well as a future healthcare professional due to his ethos, pathos, and logos logic.
Introduction Aristotle’s view of rhetoric and in turn dialectic evolved from the views of his mentor and teacher Plato whose academy he attended for twenty years. Additionally, he would have been influenced by the positions of other great Greek philosophers such as his mentor Plato and his teacher Socrates whom Plato studied under for eight years until Socrates was executed for impiety. Interestingly, while heavily influenced by Plato, Aristotle found rhetoric to be an art form when artfully executed. He defined rhetoric in perhaps the most elegant way along with it’s counter part dialectic. Additionally, Aristotle divided rhetoric into “three species”(Aristotle & Kennedy, 2007, p. 46) defining each branch, there purpose, and the aspect
From both these readings one can conclude that both of these men had great intentions. In my humble opinion one can’t contrast the conclusions, as the conclusion in both these scenarios is justice, there’s no denying that. But the reader can contrast the way both MLK and Socrates used just obedience to arrive at the conclusion of justice. Socrates seems to be more of an individualistic character, as he had no one group behind him that he was fighting for. He uses his words and his honesty to achieve his justice, he takes every advantage of this one true opportunity he has before the council to voice his opinion.
Euripides lived and wrote for the duration of the Dionysian incursion from the East. This means that Euripides’s The Bacchae indicates Dionysus 's still unfinished incorporation into Greek spiritual and public doctrines. The Bacchae represents a deadly melee concerning the dichotomy between regulator and self-autonomy and permits Dionysus to deliver a solution to this problem. His tragedy counter-argues the problem of whether it is imaginable for a part of the well-structured social order to be enthusiastic in indulging in an illogical space. After Dionysus became customary, he became connected with community customs such as theater, wine celebrations, social equality, and overall merriment.
Introduction The assignment will be investigating the democracy of Aristotle and Jean Jacques Rousseau. Democracy in itself can be very different and varies from form to form. The assignment will investigate Aristotle’s view and Jean Jacques Rousseau concepts on state and man, the governess of the state, freedom and man .Each of these topics will be contrast on the views of Aristotle and Jean Jacques Rousseau alongside each other. Each of these philosophers’ key points will be looked and the inner working of out they thought a city should be run.
"In more characteristically Kantian terms, it is doctrine of the state based upon the law (Rechtsstaat) and of eternal peace. Indeed, in each of these formulations, both terms express the same idea: that of legal constitution or of 'peace through law '. Taken simply by itself, Kant 's political philosophy, being essentially a legal doctrine, rejects by definition the opposition between moral education and the play of passions as alternate foundations for social life. The state is defined as the union of men under law. The state rightly so called is constituted by laws which are necessary a priori because they flow from the very concept of law.
The state achieves this by implementing laws which promote justice and virtue, by educating its people so that they may make better and more informed choices toward happiness, and by overall promoting the interests of the whole rather than that of any one individual. However, the just state may be impossible according to Plato and Aristotle, but this is not to say that we should give up entirely. Rather, we should make note of the just city and continuously aspire to that ultimate state of happiness, for the city that aspires toward justice, although imperfect, is the best possible condition we are capable of
I believe that Aristotle’s ideas are more significant as they closer to western beliefs than Plato’s. Similarities can be found in religion, art, government, and evolution. Unlike Plato, Aristotle believed in the idea of a god, much like many people today. He believed that God was the First thing to exist, separate from all matter and is the ultimate form. As well as is a pure minded being.
In the conclusion of this paper, I will have illustrated that Plato’s government view is more valid than of Locke’s. In Book II of Plato’s Republic, Plato describes a just city to look at the concepts of political justice. He refers to this city as Kallipolis. A just city is that of which everyone develops a skill based off of their innate abilities.
Scholars Aristotle and Confucius are both well-known people in history. Aristotle was an incredible Greek rationalist and researcher while Confucius was a Chinese government official, a savant, and an instructor. They both made huge commitments to ideals and morals. Their thoughtful works were comparable in nature, yet with some unique perspectives, thoughts, and points of view toward temperance.