...appeals or persuasion into Ethos, Logos, and Pathos. Pathos entails persuasion through pleasing someone’s emotions. Therefore, pathos is the magnitude with which a speaker appeals to the audience and moves them to a desirable emotional action. Good speakers perfect their skills to determine which emotion would impact on the audience based on their age, social status, and other important personal traits. In addition, Aristotle rhetoric also guide how orators can cause and maintain satisfactory emotions, such as anger, confusion, insult, fear, empathy. Hence, Aristotle’s approach of arguments is consistent concerning the use of emotional appeal. He... Aristotle Rhetoric Aristotle categorized methods of...