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The Ethic of Expediency:

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Monica Aziz

on 20 March 2016

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Transcript of The Ethic of Expediency:

Introduction
The Ethic of Expediency:
Introduction
Pathos
Logos
Ethos
Diction
Audience Awareness
Rhetoric
The quality of being convenient and practical despite possibly being improper or immoral
Expediency
Just's memo
Format
Content
Diction
Holocaust
Disregarded
"Brainwashed"
Morals
Do we do/ say things that are morally inappropriate due to the societial norms?
Real World Application
How, in your everyday life, has expediency occurred?

What should be done in order to address the issue of morality and expediency?

Is expediency truly an issue?
Final Questions
Classical Rhetoric, Technology, Holocaust
By: Monica Aziz
Partial responsibility for the holocaust lies in deliberative rhetoric and the thic of expediency in technical writing.

Main terms:
Ethics: field of philosophy that deals with moral characteristics
Rhetoric: having or showing persuasive
Importance of Clarity
Audience Awareness
Ethics
Purpose/ Delivery
Morals
Setting
Content
Target Audience
Should he have known better?
Political Expediency
Society Norms
Target Audience and how we approach them
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