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Canons of Rhetoric

Classical rhetoric divides the process of persuasion into five cannons:

1. Invention, the search for persuasive ways to present information and formulate arguments - Deduction  and Induction

2. Arrangement, the organization of the parts of a presentation to ensure that all the means of persuasion are present and properly disposed

3. Style, the use of correct, appropriate, and remarkable language throughout the speech

4. Memory, the use of mnemonics and practice practice practice

5. Delivery, presenting the message with effective gestures and vocal modulation

 

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