Using the pathos rhetorical device
, it is implied that the demonic character of environmentalists leads them to prey on the innocent (children) and disregard the helpless (impoverished).
The Israelis don't really think Abbas is responsible, it's a rhetorical device
To analyse the 'White Heat' speech, I use three classical rhetorical devices
as identified by Aristotle, namely ethos, pathos, and logos:
Pragmatic dependents, the last rhetorical device
category, is probably the first to come to mind as ambiguous.
He employs every rhetorical device
, devastating opponents with ridicule, cleverly undermining their reasoning.
He repeatedly and, in my opinion, quite effectively demonstrates that calling such men "illiterate" was a rhetorical device
, not a description.
This constituted a useful rhetorical device
and means of coordination between the President and Congress over budget issues, once the President and a working majority in Congress agreed that they wanted deficit reduction--but PAYGO was also tossed aside when changing circumstances (and a changed President and Congress) led to less desire for deficit reduction.
Welty correctly identifies this as pretentious and prejudiced humbuggery whose main rhetorical device
is question begging.
His apparent reliance on Roman models is to be understood fundamentally as a rhetorical device
designed to appeal to the prejudices of the humanist-oriented Italian elite of his day.
IRONY, AS A RHETORICAL DEVICE
, is rarely encountered in speeches nowadays, especially at financial or advisor meetings.
Word Ways readers may recall that Mardy Grothe published in 1999 Never Let a Fool Kiss You or a Kiss Fool You, a celebration of the rhetorical device
known as chiasmus.
Indeed, their critique of socialism was a useful rhetorical device
that earned them credibility among France's more conservative elite.