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Rhetorical Heuristics: Probabilistic Strategies in Complex Oratorical Arguments

Gabor Tahin
2011 Argumentation: an international journal on reasoning  
The study describes a method created for the analysis of persuasive strategies, called rhetorical heuristics, which can be applied in speeches where the argument focuses primarily on questions of fact.  ...  Finally, an exposition of how one could find these persuasive strategies introduces rhetorical heuristics in more detail.  ...  Powell and Dr Berry for their critical remarks on the concept of rhetorical heuristics.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10503-011-9200-4 fatcat:ze6pcysgr5bprfchwt5ybisice

Towards a Theory of Vivid Description as Practiced in Cicero's Verrine Oration

B. Innocenti
1994 Rhetorica: A Journal of the History of Rhetoric  
Cicero uses this strategy in the Actio prima.  ...  more than briefs composed and polished for publication and not requiring the rigorous schematization evident in the previously delivered litigation speeches" ("Heuristic Structures of  ...  : and there this free-born man, a man of high rank in his town, one of the allies and friends of Rome, was put through the agonies of suffocation,  ... 
doi:10.1525/rh.1994.12.4.355 fatcat:i7e3hgk2kneevdvheeni2vftaa

Discourse implicature, Quintilian and the Lucidity Principle: rhetorical phenomena in pragmatics

Michael Burke
2016 Topics in Linguistics  
In the case of the latter, his ideas on the importance of lucidity in productive discourse situations will be explored and recast within a light of modern pragmatic theory.  ...  In this discussion, there will be a particular focus on the pragmatic notion of implicature from the perspective of Grice, the neo-Griceans and also the Roman rhetorician Quintilian.  ...  In cases of such accepting audiences, Cicero advocated skipping the introduction altogether and proceeding to the arguments in the main part of the speech.  ... 
doi:10.1515/topling-2016-0001 fatcat:2asz6qwo65gjpmi47ozhpzu2dm

How to Make (and Break) a Cicero:Epideixis, Textuality, and Self-fashioning in thePro ArchiaandIn Pisonem

John Dugan
2001 Classical Antiquity  
In that speech, invective inverts the self-fashioning strategies used in the Pro Archia in order to debunk Piso’s image, and to recuperate Cicero’s own prestige at the expense of Piso’s.  ...  , sets the stage for the two parallel and interrelated rhetorical strategies that the speech performs.  ... 
doi:10.1525/ca.2001.20.1.35 fatcat:c6hzgfcglbcwtaj2y5am6lk6aq

Page 2042 of Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts: LLBA Vol. 28, Issue 4 [page]

1994 Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts: LLBA  
His- torical Studies in the Structuralist Language Theories of Ferninand de Saussure and Louis Hjelmslev) reviewed; 9409022 Laryngectomy caregiving strain/burden; questionnaire; laryngectomy patients’  ...  Videnskabshistoriske studier i Ferdinand de Saussure and Louis Hjelmslevs strucktur- alistiske sprogteorier ‘(The (Im)Possibility of Sociolinguistics.  ... 

Cicero's writings as learning texts for humanities students: from Augustus Wilkins to Cicero Digitalis

Victoria Pichugina, Institute for Strategy of Education Development of the Russian Academy of Education, Emiliano Mettini, Yana Volkova, HSE University, RSMRU named after N.I. Pirogov, RUDN
2021 Hypothekai  
In Russian textbooks, sourcebooks, and anthologies on history of pedagogy, Cicero was mostly a figure of omission not only in the first decades, but throughout the entire 20th century.  ...  The heritage of the ancient Roman politician, orator and thinker Marcus Tullius Cicero (106 BC – 43 BC), is considered as a set of texts that over centuries have been included in the curricula for humanities  ...  That is, can we consider his choice not in favor of Cicero accidental or was it a deliberate strategy of turning Cicero into a figure of silence -the strategy that Cubberley chose while maneuvering between  ... 
doi:10.32880/2587-7127-2021-5-5-191-213 fatcat:nzfbjpeslzfwvgbgbbxruxwh6a

Rhetorical topics and TRIZ Progressive methods with unnoticed capacity?

Thomas Bayer, Antonia Spohr
2011 Procedia Engineering  
This paper aims at presenting the characteristics of the progressive methods by comparing rhetorical topics with TRIZ.  ...  They are similar to brainstorming and mind mapping which help to generate innovation, although they differ from these in their target objective.  ...  Among his instructions for the conclusion of a speech, Cicero lists fifteen topics to arouse indignation and sixteen to arouse a readiness to pardon.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.proeng.2011.03.132 fatcat:dmygrs77uzc2djwn2sirgq73aq

Three dimensions in rhetorical conflict analysis: A topological model

Trygve Svensson
2016 Conflict & Communication Online  
Using "I've Been to the Mountaintop," the famous last speech of Martin Luther King Jr., as an example, I use the model to give an analytic overview.  ...  "Rhetoric" is often used as a general and non-scientific term in the social sciences; the same is the case for "conflict" in rhetorical scholarship.  ...  In Norway, the terror attack of 22/7 2011 motivated a debate about the "responsibility of speech" and "freedom of speech," as well as several research projects on online deliberation.  ... 
doaj:11adadbb32734d9aa0ddc4b6147191f5 fatcat:n2725povd5ekpjqa6fvbkenpea

Things made by words: Reflections on textual criticism

Michael Leff
1992 The Quarterly journal of speech  
Nothing pushes the critic across intertextual space in the effort to locate and assess the movement of rhetorical strategies and themes.  ...  For Cicero, the faculty of the orator had absolute priority over the theory of rhetoric.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00335639209383991 fatcat:rtq26x4edjfudgenifarn5jncy

Commentary [chapter]

Ingo Gildenhard, Louise Hodgson
2014 Cicero, On Pompey's Command (De Imperio), 27–49  
This strategy defines the opening section of the speech in particular, where he damns Lucullus, hitherto in charge of the war against Mithridates, with faint praise and explains why Pompey would succeed  ...  Cicero's insistence on the heuristic value of comparing and contrasting feeds right into his agenda of singling out Pompey as the only possible candidate for the job: throughout the speech, he not only  ...  The speech in summary, or: what a Roman citizen may have heard in the forum • Let's run through, in order, the nature of the war; its seriousness; the choice of a commander. • It's a very patriotic war  ... 
doi:10.11647/obp.0045.03 fatcat:ko4qxsdobze7vjyzp4a32vf7de

Divinacija prieš Cecilijų Cicerono retorikos kontekste

Audronė Kučinskienė
2010 Literatūra (Vilnius)  
Cicero also prefigures his future speeches against Verres, foreseeing, in part, the strategy and tactic of accusation that will become especially important in the second speech against Verres (In Verrem  ...  , which he wrote as a young man; 2) the repercussions of this episode in Cicero's later works of rhetoric; 3) the relation of this episode to the other speeches against Verres.  ... 
doi:10.15388/litera.2010.3.7706 fatcat:kaf356x4qrbabolm3sqncp6gy4

8.B Transmitted Texts [chapter]

Eli J. S. Weaverdyck, Sitta Reden
2019 Handbook of Ancient Afro-Eurasian Economies  
For Roman forensic oratory, see van der Blom 2016, 26-33.  We have 28 forensic speeches from Cicero and 42 from Demosthenes.  Cicero Pro Rabirio Postumo 40.  ...  In particular, speeches from Demosthenes, an Athenian orator active in the fourth century , and Cicero, a mid-first-century  Roman orator, survive in large numbers. 24 These orators describe, sometimes  ... 
doi:10.1515/9783110607741-012 fatcat:n5vtd7b6svgqvdfud5dqphswrq

Legal Electronic Institutions and ONTOMEDIA: Dialogue, Inventio, and Relational Justice Scenarios [chapter]

Pompeu Casanovas
2010 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
I will call "relational justice" the conceptual legal framework in which Semantic Web strategies can be nested to offer a better user-centered service.  ...  The construction of Legal Electronic Institutions (LEI), and Ontomedia, an Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) platform in the context of the research carried out within the Catalan White Book on Mediation  ...  Dialectic mirrors legal dialogical controversies, and ancient rhetoric, as it may be found e.g. in the works by Cicero and Quintilian, mirrors speeches in judicial settings [25, 26] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-16524-5_12 fatcat:usscxsiflfh6vhuwlykkb27oy4

Prosodic enhancers of humorous effect in political speeches [chapter]

Tetyana Sayenko
2014 Argumentation in Context  
The employment of these strategies is demonstrated through an examination of significant speeches by President Bill Clinton, Governor Ann Richards, and rights activist Sojourner Truth.  ...  This area of concern is answered with a classification of the rhetorical strategies of humor.  ...  The most extensive ancient treatment of humor is given by Cicero in De oratore (2.216b-306) . Cicero faced the same challenge we do today.  ... 
doi:10.1075/aic.6.05say fatcat:2ik63jsfprgt5lnw26vwhtenqa

Pochodzenie a wiarygodność świadka w rzymskich procesach karnych w świetle wybranych mów Cycerona

Dobromiła Nowicka
2020 Prawo  
credibility in the Roman criminal procedure on the basis of selected speeches by Cicero — Pro Fonteio, Pro Scauro and Pro Flacco.  ...  The origin and credibility of a witness in the Roman criminal procedure in the light of selected speeches by CiceroThe article is devoted to an analysis of the significance of a witness' origin to his  ...  Tahin, Heuristic Strategies in the Speeches of Cicero, DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-01799-0 (dostęp: 10 maja 2019), s. 79-80.  ... 
doi:10.19195/0524-4544.328.2 fatcat:fft57inp6fg2ze76btrcdlww2u
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