Aristotle's Rhetoric in the Judicial Process
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The paper explains that the systematic treatment of rhetoric begins with Aristotle and shows how the enthymeme, also called the rhetorical syllogism, is at the core of Aristotle's rhetoric. The paper discusses how the danger of rhetoric is its undue reliance upon emotional affectation, but asserts that as a species of legal reasoning, it is used extensively in judical discourse.
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