The Rhetoric of Aristotle Volume 1

The Rhetoric of Aristotle Volume 1

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1877 edition. Excerpt: ...ftao-ikeia and rvpawit in 4. Consequently, it appears that this division was adhered to in 5, and something to represent the re'Xor of fiao-Ckela has been lost. 6. On this kind of rjdt, one of the three by which an ethical character is conveyed to the speech, and which is employed as an indirect argument or means of persuasion, see Introduction on this passage, p. 182, and on the in general, p. 110 seq. The spirit and tone of the speech, and the expressions employed, must be in conformity with the national character of the audience, as determined by the end of their special form of government; a democratical tone and language must not be adopted in addressing an oligarchical audience, and vice versa. 1 It is Brandis' 'Anonymus.' See his paper in Schneidewin's Philologus, IV i p. 43. 1 fxeTa Se TctvTa Xeyoofxev trepi dpertji Kai /ca/aas Chap. Ix. Kai KaXov Kai al&xpou' Ovtoi yap TK07roi Tw eiraivovvTi Kai yfseyovTC (rvfxftrjcreTai yap ct/xa wept Tov Twv eyovTas KaKeiva Ztovv e' wv woio'i Tives Vttot(pdr(r6iJLe6a Kara To qdos, rirep rv Sevrepa Tt'kttis' e'/c Tcov avTwv yap rifxci's Te Kai aWov dioiricrTov Zvvt 2 (ropieda TTOieiv irpdi dpeTriv. eVe/ ovjJL(Sa'ivei Kai CHAP. IX. The following passage of Cicero, de Or. II 84. 342, will serve as a commentary on the treatment of ' good' and' virtue' in this chapter and c. 6; and also on the distinction of virtues in respect of their utility, 6: Perspicuum est igitur alia esse in homine ofitanda, alia laudanda. Genus, forma, vires, opes, divitiae, ceteraque quae fortuna dat aut extrinsecus aut corpori, twn habent in se veram laudem, quae deberi virtuti uni putatur; sed tamen quod ipsa virtus in earum rerum usu ac tnoderatione maxime cernitur, tractanda more

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