What is a rhetorical appeal?
According to Aristotle, Rhetorical Appeals are the 3 elements to the art of persuasion. They include: Ethos, where the audience perceives credibility (or not). pathos, where the audience is persuaded emotionally, and logos, where the audience is persuaded logically.
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