Tutor profile: Ethan H.
In this style of writing, each subject is typically referred to as equally important to the topic. What do we call this style of writing?
Which famous American writer wrote the book "A Farewell to Arms"?
What are the three persuasive appeals, as coined by Aristotle, and what to each of them mean?
The three persuasive appeals, as coined by Aristotle are Ethos, Logos, and Pathos. Ethos is an appeal to one's ethics and is used to persuade an audience of one's character. Logos is an appeal to logic and is used to persuade the audience of a speaker's logic and reasoning. Pathos refers to an appeal to emotion and is used to persuade an audience by appealing to the emotional responses that they may feel about a given topic.