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The Ethics and Politics of Speech

An Overview of Rhetoric and Argumentation
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Brandon Inabinet

on 15 September 2013

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Transcript of The Ethics and Politics of Speech

Rhetoric

You Lie!
Invention
Arrangement
Style
Memory
Delivery
Ethos - Ethnography
Pathos - Reasonable, Situational Emotions
Logos - Enthymeme and Sign, Topoi
Rhetorical Ethics: Consider inequalities of audience. Consider the universal and intergenerational audience. Speak courageously with clarity, concision, coherence, and consistency.
Dialogic Ethics: Greet others and be appreciative of shared perspectives and stories, give fair time to multiple, plural sides of an issue, listen well and exalt the questions of the Other. Be willing to change viewpoints.
Presence: Amplitude, Strategic Ambiguity
Dissociated Concept
Typical Fallacies
Typical.
Common Opinion.
Appearance.
Meaningful.
True.
Reality.
Clash: Inherency? Solvency?
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Toulmin: Warrants, Qualifiers.
Case Construction
Prime the Audience for Stakes.
The Ethics of Debate
Shortest Overview Ever
of Being Human . . .

(and sometimes getting what you want)
Dialectic
Rhetoric
Kairos
Logos
Phronesis
Sapientia et Eloquentia
Decorum
Prudence
"Ideal Orator"
Stasis
Tips for Arguers
Arrangement: Set the agenda.
Remind of or Fight for Presumption.
Frame carefully with symbol choice.
Specific Warrants
Clarity
Relevance
Vacuity
Inconsistency
Contradiction
False Cause
Slippery Slope
False Analogy
Faulty Deduction
Hasty Generalization
Cherry Picking
Dissociation
Liaison
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