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Essay heading: What Is Rhetoric
 
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For Plato, only a scholar or philosopher was capable of using rhetoric in a manner that would be for the good of society because only these men would do so without the intent of deceit. Plato recognized the dangers and advantages the use of rhetoric would have on society, yet he never identified the fact that he utilized it in most of his speeches, writings and teachings...
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He amassed quite a fortune of wealth through teaching rhetoric and delivering public speeches. He emphasized the use of persuasive language to argue both sides of an argument (aporia) (Herrick, 2005, page 49). Gorgias was not concerned with the truth but in the ability of playing on the emotions of an audience in order to convince them of a truth...
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