Aristotle (384 BC -322 BC)
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DESCRIPTIONAristotle (384 BC -322 BC). a Greek philosopher a student of Plato teacher of Alexander the Great wrote on many subjects: physics , metaphysics, poetry, theater , music, logic, rhetoric, politics, government, ethics, biology, and zoology. . Rhetoric: - PowerPoint PPT Presentation
<p>Aristotle (384 BC -322 BC)</p> <p>Aristotle (384 BC -322 BC) a Greek philosopher a student of Plato teacher of Alexander the Great wrote on many subjects:physics, metaphysics, poetry, theater, music, logic, rhetoric, politics, government, ethics, biology, and zoology. </p> <p>Rhetoric:persuasive speech or writing:speech or writing that communicates its point persuasively </p> <p>Aristotle wrote:Moreover, it is absurd if [one were to suppose that] it is shameful not to be able to defend oneself using the body, but not shameful [to be unable to do so] with speech, which is more proper to a human being than the use of the body.</p> <p>What does this quote mean?Get into groups of 3, answer in 1 or two sentences.10 MinutesPresent finding to class</p> <p>Possible answers:You should use your voice to defend your opinions not violence It is unwise to think that you can defend yourself with your hands better than with your speech.It is shameful if you believe that you should defend yourself with your hands rather than your tongue.</p> <p>Moreover, it is absurd if [one were to suppose that] it is shameful not to be able to defend oneself using the body, but not shameful [to be unable to do so] with speech, which is more proper to a human being than the use of the body.</p> <p>After you watch The Great Debaters answer the following question:</p> <p>Do you agree with Aristotles view of rhetoric? (Being able to defend yourself with your voice) Why or why not? 3/4 page About 250 wordsTyped Use one quote in your explanationExtra Credit: Identify in your paper the 1950s-60s American history event, that the Wiley college debate team may have drawn more attention to.If you choose to use the internet, the following web sites might help.www.thegreatdebatersmovie.comhttp://www.fandango.com/thegreatdebaters_110243/movieoverviewhttp://www.quoteland.com/</p> <p>Melvin Tolson (Denzel Washington)James Farmer Jr.(Denzel Whitaker)James Farmer Sr.(Forest Whitaker) Henry Lowe (Nate Parker)Samantha Booke (Jurnee Smollett)</p> <p>Cast</p> <p>James Leonard Farmer, Jr.(January 12, 1920 July 9, 1999) was a Black civil rights activist who was one of the "Big Four" leaders of the American civil rights movement of the 1950s and 1960s (along with Roy Wilkins, the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Whitney M. Young Jr.).In 1942, Farmer and a group of students co-founded the Committee of Racial Equality, later known as the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE), an organization that sought to bring an end to racial segregation in America through active nonviolence. Farmer was the organization's first leader, serving as the national chairman from 1942 to 1944.</p>
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