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Julius Caesar propaganda and logical fallacies

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on 23 October 2012

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Transcript of Julius Caesar propaganda and logical fallacies

Julius Caesar propaganda Bandwagon Logical Fallacy This technique tries to persuade everyone to join in
and do the same thing. An important or famous person endorses a product. Testimonial Names are used to create a negative feeling toward
something Name-calling Good or bad feelings can be transferred to someone. Transfer Non-Sequitur when the item being promoted is showed as a plain folks idea. Plain folks this technique involves using strong or negative feelings. Loaded Words An over-exaggeration for the gain of the perpetrator. Misuse of Statistics When the reasoning of the argument plays upon a human's need to feel superior in order to help with persuasion. Snob Appeal testimonial loaded words snob appeal transfer bandwagon misuse of statistics name-calling When you change the subject rather than stand up to your problem. "...let me not stir you up to such a sudden flood of mutiny. They
that have done this deed are honorable..." (3, 2, 212-213) "... To every Roman Citizen he gives to every several man, seventy-five drachmas..." (3, 2, 242 & 243). "...Did not great Julius bleed for justice' sake? What villain touched his body, that did stab, And not for justice..." (4, 3, 19-21). "...so is my horse, Octavious, and for that I do appoint him store of provender..."(4,1,29-30). "Revenge! About! Seek! Burn! Fire! Kill! Slay! Let not a traitor live..."(3,2,205-206) All are saying this "...but Brutus says he was ambitious, and Brutus is an honorable man"
(3,2,87-88). "... I fear, Millions of mischiefs"(4,1,50-51) Antony is saying this and the people looked up to Antony. Antony is trying to transfer a negative feeling to Octavious. Antony is using Caesar's will as a way to gain publicity by making Caesar seem like one of them. Antony is using strong words to influence the people to see that the murder was not for justice. this is a hyperbole but it is also pointing out how worried octavious was about their safety. Antony is changing the subject to present to the senators that what he has said isn't against them in anyway. This video transfers a feeling of sadness for the guy and then shows that coke makes it better. This video shows that everyone wants to eat Doritos and also provides a little comedy. Non-sequitur When Brian finally got mad he changed the subject by telling Stewie he is eating hair. Romney is wearing plain clothes and talking about what plain ordinary folks worry about plain folks This commercial shows how people want to feel superior by showing all of these elegant things. The baby is using many descriptive words to promote E-Trade. Geico has paid for Michael Winslow ,a famous celebrity, to help promote their product. This woman has used many off the wall numbers that are probably incorrect to show that other companies don't have unlimited data. This commercial is calling Verizon names by calling them slow. YouTube. 18 October 2012.<youtube.com> Works Cited Shakespeare, William. The Tragedy of Julius Caesar. Boston, Massachusetts: Pearson Prentice Hall, 2007. "Wherefore rejoice? What conquest brings he home? What tributaties follow him to Rome"(1,1,34-35). Marullus is mocking Caesar by insinuating that he has nothing to be praised for. "I know that virtue to be in you, Brutus, As well as I know your outward favor"(1,2,90-91). Cassius is trying to appeal to Brutus by making him feel superior over everyone.
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