Rhetorical Argument

What it is: A persuasive argument* that uses any combination of ethos, pathos, or logos.

What it is not: Spending hours asserting that a word means two opposing things simultaneously, mocking a community at which you sock puppet for believing that your comment account was a sock puppet, whinging on and on about how feminists made you RAGE QUIT your dreams, and topping it all off with a faux-quip about honing rhetoric skills against easy targets.

*A persuasive argument as a rhetorical act is not the same thing as the type of argument you have when you’re fighting with someone.

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