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Classical Rhetoric Timeline

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Classical Rhetoric Timeline
Mycenaean & Dark Ages
1600 B.C.E.
Greek alphabet
Archaic Age
800 B.C.E
500 B.C.E.
CMJ 201, Spring 2014
Communication Studies
Bridie McGreavy
Classical Age
323
400 B.C.E
146
Hellenistic Age
Roman Era
475
450
425
Homer's
Illiad
&
Odyssey
Gorgias, 485-380
Socrates, 470-399
Persian War, Athenians defeat Persians at Salamis, 480
Aristotle, 384-322
Plato, 428-347
Peloponnesian War, Spartans defeat Athenains, 431-404
Aspasia, 440
Lysias, 459-380
Isocrates, 436-338
Pericles, 495–429
Cicero, 106-43 B.C.E.
Quintillian, 35-100 A.D.
Note: Timeline not in consistent increments.
B.C.
=Before Christ=
B.C.E.
=Before Common Era
A.D.
=Anno Domini=In the Year of Our Lord=C.E.=Common Era
Time: 5th century B.C.E. started the first day of 500 B.C.E. and ended the last day of 401 B.C.E.
Time: 5th century A.D. started first day of 401 to 500 A.D.
375
300
B.C.E
200
B.C.E
100 B.C.E
0 A.D.
100 A.D.
Themistocles, 524–459
Raphael, 1509–1510
Location: Apostolic Palace, Vatican City
Corax & Tisias
Alexander the Great, 356-323
Pax Romana
27 B.C. to 180 AD
Julius Ceasar, 100-44 B.C.E.
Protagoras, 490-420
Key
Sophists
Statesmen & Rulers
Philosophers & Lawyers
Eras and Events
Hawhee:
Bodies and spaces
Persuasion
Powerful
Truth is relative
Plato: Belief, Law & Politics
Sophistic rhetoric = deceptive, flattery
Philosophy = Way to Truth, rrestricted rhetoric

Presentation: Megan Morin
Logos
Aristotle's Art: Rhetoric
Artistic Proofs: Appeals to ethos, pathos, logos
Nonartistic Proofs
Physical evidence
Descriptive
Testimonies
Contracts
Enthymeme
Example
Historical
Fictitious
Probabilities
Signs
Fallible
Infallible
Topics (topoi)
Type of speech
Forensic
Deliberative
Epideictic
Type of appeal
Pathos
Ethos
Logos
Deduction
Induction
Gravity affects all things on Earth.
These are things on Earth
Therefore....
There must be something that causes things to fall.
Available means of persuasion
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