Aristotle’s rhetorical triangle

  Applying Aristotle’s rhetorical triangle explain how you believe each of the elements, Ethos, Pathos, and Logos are used in this article and how much of
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Applying Aristotle’s rhetorical triangle explain how you believe each of the elements, Ethos, Pathos, and Logos are used in this article and how much of the balance each of them holds.

Logos appeals to reason. Logos can also be thought of as the text of the argument, as well as how well a writer has argued his/her point.

Ethos appeals to the writer’s character. Ethos can also be thought of as the role of the writer in the argument, and how credible his/her argument is.

Pathos appeals to the emotions and the sympathetic imagination, as well as to beliefs and values. Pathos can also be thought of as the role of the audience in the argument.

How do the authors use each of these elements and how effective are they in using each of these techniques either as in reference to the Celebrity Medicine Syndrome or within the text of the article itself.

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