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Aristotelian rhetorical analysis
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The political opponent of President Obama in the 2013 general elections attempted to assassinate his popularity and discredit him from voters by using a raise in taxes political ad. The media went further to capture the effects of such high taxes to include the following; more… Therefore, since political ads are always one sided; which implies that whoever the…
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Aristotelian Universals and Platonic Universals
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A universal, according to metaphysics, is the common aspects among particular things in the world. With our common rationality, we term these aspects as features, characteristics or qualities. Philosophically, if we attempt to define a universal or universals, they can said to be recurrent or repeatable entities, which can be exemplified by different types of particular aspects.…
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Othello as an Aristotelian Tradegy
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William Shakespeare wrote, “The Tragedy of Othello, the Moor of Venice” around 1603. The play chronicles the life of Othello, Desdemona, Iago, and Cassio. It highlights Othello’s change of fate from happiness to misery upon allowing Iago to poison his mind with jealousy.… The play explored varied themes such as love, jealousy, loyalty, racism, and betrayal (as…
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Aristotelian Ethics: Emotion and Moral Virtue
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The debate on emotion and moral virtue reveals how an individual sees the essence of emotion and its connection to reason has a major influence on an individual’s understanding of virtue. It will partly influence how a person appreciates virtue and the steps one will create to attain it.… He introduces a complex theory to explicate how behavioral consistency…
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A Study of Aristotelian tragedy in Oedipus
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The great Greek myth of Oedipus continues to be integral to the Western literary canon even today. Starting from 5th century B.C., various ancient writers of the Hellenistic era made references to Oedipus in their works.… One of Aristotle’s most influential works concerning literary theory is his Poetics. In it he articulates with eloquence and clarity…
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Othello: An Aristotelian Tragedy and a Tragic Hero
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Othello: An Aristotelian Tragedy and a Tragic Hero Gil Vargas Liberty University 9 November 2011 Outline Thesis Statement: Othello as an Aristotelian Tragedy provides an interesting insight of human reaction to love, jealousy and hatred and asserts that man holds the power of destroying not only himself bit also people around him when driven by passion; love, lust, anger or hatred.…
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Aristotelian theory of virtueand the rule of the golden mean
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This essay discusses the Aristotelian theory of virtue and the rule of the golden mean. As far as the Aristotelian theory of virtue is based on the rule of the golden mean, it is important, according to Aristotle, to adhere to what is not too much to neither good nor bad extent.… This essay discusses that these are the reasons why Categorical Imperative…
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The Soul and the Aristotelian Analysis of Human Beauty
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(Student’s Whole Name) (Instuctor’s Name) (Subject) (Date) The Soul and the Aristotelian Analysis of Human Beauty The soul is intangible and cannot be seen by the naked eyes. It is the fountain of creativity as people tap into their inner consciousness to create ideas that turn into reality in the form of material entities.… It is pure by nature and can be…
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Neo Aristotelian Analysis of Sex and the City
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Neo Aristotelian Analysis of Sex and the City Sex and the City is a hit American television series broadcast on the HBO channel from 1998 to 2004. It is a situational comedy/drama that uses the irony in the lives of its lead characters to create humor. Sex and the City is the story of four single friends in their thirties, their love life and the various problems they face.…
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Aristotelian Conventions of Tragedy in King Lear and Brave New World
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The essay "Aristotelian Conventions of Tragedy in King Lear and Brave New World" deals with the of Aristotelian ideas in literature. Reportedly, Aristotle came up with some key conventions and if the fictional work, particularly its plot has those conventions, it could be termed as a tragedy.… In both King Lear and in Brave New World King, the tragedy for the…
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Aristotelian Conventions of Tragedy in King Lear and Brave New World
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Aristotle’s definition of the conventions of tragic literature has broad application across a wide range of literary works. Sometimes, as in the example of William Shakespeare’s King Lear, the applications are obvious, even going so far as to form the theoretical underpinnings for the literary work’s appeal and accessibility.… Aristotelian conventions such as…
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Rhetorical criticism using Ernest bormann's Fantasy theme approach and Neo-Aristotelian approach on Barack Obama's first Inaugur
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Rhetorical criticism using Ernest Bormann’s Fantasy theme approach and Neo-Aristotelian approach on Barack Obama's first Inaugural Address Introduction On September 2008, President Barack Obama took office as the president of united State of America (USA) and the first black American to hold this office.… To a good number of America the election of president…
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Rhetorical criticism using Ernest bormann's Fantasy theme approach and Neo-Aristotelian approach on Barack Obama's first Inaugural Address
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On September 2008, President Barack Obama took office as the president of united State of America (USA) and the first black American to hold this office. He came into power at the time when America faced difficult times, and he had a big task ahead of him. Among the thorny… However, many Americans questioned his ability to lead with enough background and…
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In what ways are the Aristotelian and Stoic accounts of emotion influenced by Plato's account of the psych in Republic IV
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Julia has written many books to describe the ancient philosophy and their philosopher’s philosophy (Plato 31). Annas, a professor in one of the US universities, has written journals and articles… He is an author of numerous works with their basis for his opinion regarding some issues like physical sciences, the sources of happiness, ethics of the Greek people…
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Discuss William Shakespeares Othello, the Moor of Venice as a tragedy. As defined by Aristotle, is it correct to label Othello a tragic hero and to classify the play as an Aristotelian tragedy
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He was a great philosopher; he was also a theologian, in addition to this he was also a literary critic. “Poetics” written by Aristotle define several important… A person of great stature can be a tragic hero not anyone else and these guidelines were followed by almost all the great writers, this goes to show a lot about Aristotle and his achievements.…
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Business Ethics
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Insider Information 1. The merger and acquisition business (m&a) involves specialized firms of highly paid lawyers who must shift through a lot of information in confidence with many brokers from investment banks, accountants, and other specialists. There are government laws legislating secrecy and non-disclosure of inside proprietary information.… This week…
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Dra DB ROD
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She makes a number of realistic claims. Among those that I agree with is the fact that technology enhances the growth of theaters… Tsakos’ presentation is methodological, interactive and effectively thought through. She presents her ideas systematically and proves the claims she makes. I therefore conquer with all the facts she presents and does not disagree…
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Shylock in Shakespeare's Merchant of Venice
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His fate is something that needs to be acknowledged as tragic. However, to look at him as a tragic hero in the Aristotelian model would be a mistake. This is so because of many reasons. For… Throughout the play, he is involved in Machiavellian plans to lead Antonio to his doom. I am a Jew. Hath not a Jew eyes? Hath not a Jew hands, organs, dimensions, senses,…
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Problems with Genetic Manipulation
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To begin with a broad, overall criticism of this essay according to Aristotelian argument, this essay as a whole does not use ethos (moral competence) as an argument form. This can be substantiated through statements that, although persuasive at times, are simply not appealing to any sense of moral code.… In Wood's society of predetermination through genetic…
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Discuss William Shakespeares Othello, the Moor of Venice, as a tragedy
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The play chronicles the life of Othello, Desdemona, Iago, and Cassio. It highlights Othello’s change of fate from happiness to misery upon allowing Iago to poison his mind with jealousy.… 5). This paper aims to determine if the play conforms to the criteria entrenched by Aristotle for tragedy. It presents the characteristics that define the Aristotelian…
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Thatchers concept organizational rhetoric and the use of corporate we on remarks on the passing of Ronald Reagan successfully demonstrated the significance o
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In Thatcher's speech (2004) "Remarks on The Passing of Ronald Reagan," she speaks highly about the comments that Reagan had on the former Soviet Union. She even claims that the ending of the Cold War was the victory of Ronald Reagan. It comes back several times in her speech.… Thatcher also states that "We live today in the world that Ronald Reagan began to…
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ETHICS
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Virtue ethics puts the much emphasis role on someone’s character and the virtues embodied by their character for the determination and evaluation of ethical behavior. Virtue ethics is one of the three predominant takes on normative ethics (Bentham 2). Normative ethics most… For instance, a consequentialist may at times compromise on lying to someone depending…
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Aristotle
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What is the function of that procedure? What is the role of nous and epagogē within that process? What is nous? What is epagogē? (You do not have to answer the last two questions in that order.) How does epagogē work—that is,… Particularly, they figured in area of rhetorical reasoning and inquiry. Epagoge, in Aristotle’s theoretical inquiry, is the inductive…
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Proceedings on the Impeachment of Richard Nixon
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On 25th July, 1974, the House of Judiciary Committee assembled to consider the impeachment of articles charged against Mr. Richard Nixon, the 37th US president, for his offenses linked with the conspiracy of Watergate scandal. … tions to be considered in this study would be, Can the situation presented in the opening statement be considered as rhetoric with…
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Article review one
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A set of principles that support good character always help business students to excel. "Can we teach character? An Aristotelian Answer" is an article written by Edwin M. Hartman that discusses the… In teaching business ethics, it is not necessary that the virtues are built from scratch but already developing students can be helped into becoming ethical…
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