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The Three Appeals: Logos, Pathos, Ethos

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The Three Appeals: Logos, Pathos, Ethos
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Read McCain and Obama's responses carefully and decide whether at each point the speaker is appealing to his audience primarily using logos, pathos, or ethos.
Color-code examples of logos green, pathos yellow, and ethos black. may color different parts of a sentence differently even different words. color code ALL of both answers. analyze how one candidate uses the appeals in his speech. Support your assertions with specific references from the speech.

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The Three Appeals: Logos, Pathos, Ethos

These are actually considered rhetorical techniques. In our own time, these are persuasive methods/styles to deliver our ideas in order for you to:
1) Take the attention of your audience by filling their mind with so much information, facts, controversial issues and even simple alibis/fallacies. In arguments, this method is using the PRACTICABILITY of your stand or belief. By "showing" them that what you believe is/are reasonable and therefore believable. Logos (can be equated with POWER OF WORDS/REASONS/LOGIC, etc.)-----

2) Make your audience feel ...

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Logos, Pathos, Ethos are clearly identified in political speeches.