Rhetoric, life, persuasion

Authors

  • Luz Gloria Cárdenas Mejía Universidad de Antioquia

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.17533/udea.ef.14978

Keywords:

Aristotle, rhetoric, passions, judgment, Strawson, Tugendhat

Abstract

In book II of Rhetoric, there is a study on the passions, which, as Aristotle affirms, influence the formation of judgment and therefore in decision-making: this leads one to think of its possible incidence in the formation of human communities, which may be first approached from the ties that a rhetoric of passions has with politics and ethics. In the final part of this article, it shows the closeness that there could be between the term of passion used by Aristotle and P. Strawson and E. Tugendhat's moral sentiment in order to initiate a reflection regarding the value that Aristotle 's rhetoric of passions may have in contemporary studies.

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Published

2002-07-26

How to Cite

Cárdenas Mejía, L. G. (2002). Rhetoric, life, persuasion. Estudios De Filosofía, (26), 243–254. https://doi.org/10.17533/udea.ef.14978

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