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Plato rhetoric

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Plato rhetoric

  1. 1. WE SHOULD AVOID USINGRHETORIC BECAUSE IT ISAN IMMORAL ACTIVITYTHAT ENDS UP INMANIPULATION ANDDECEPTION. Presentation by Rose Krone
  2. 2. “Medicine is an art, and attends to the nature and constitution of the patient, and has principles of action and reason in eachcase, cookery in attending upon pleasure never regards either the nature or reason of that pleasure to which she devotes herself, but goes straight to her end, nor ever considers or calculates anything, but works by experienceand routine, and just preserves the recollection of what she has usually done when producing pleasure.”
  3. 3. G OOD BA DMEDICINE VS. COOKERY JUST I C E R H E TOR I C
  4. 4. GOOD BADGYMNASTICS VS. BEAUTIFICATION JUSTICE RHETORIC
  5. 5. JUSTICE VS. RHETORIC GOOD BA D
  6. 6.  “Socrates: I am contented with the admission that rhetoric is of two sorts ; one, which is mere flattery and disgraceful declamation ; the other, which is noble and aims at the training and improvement of the souls of the citizens, and strives to say what is best, whether welcome or unwelcome, to the audience ; but have you ever known such a rhetoric ; or if you have, and can point out any rhetorician who is of this stamp, who is he?” “Callicles: But, indeed, I am afraid that I cannot tell you of any such among the orators who are at present living.”
  7. 7. “To do injustice is more to be avoided than tosuffer injustice, and that the reality and not theappearance of virtue is to be followed above all things.”

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