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Collection of case studies on the subject of "Rhetoric"

Task 1.

Give the definition of language, speech, culture, culture of speech. What is the relationship of these concepts?

Task 2.
Read the excerpt from the work of Cicero "of the Oratory."
"Why so few prominent speakers? I have repeatedly observed the extraordinary and gifted people with extraordinary abilities, and it led me to the question: why, among all the sciences and arts of eloquence put forward the least remarkable representatives? In fact, in what direction do not pay attention and thoughts, you will see a lot of people who have distinguished themselves in any branch of knowledge, and knowledge is not small, but we can say the most important. Judging about famous people in terms of use or the greatness of their acts, who will not put, for example, the commander above the speaker: and yet everyone will agree that one of our state, we can specify the most excellent commanders almost countless, and prominent speakers - just a few people ...
The difficulty of eloquence. But this is due to the fact that eloquence is something that is given more difficult than it sounds, and is born out of a lot of knowledge and effort ... "
Answer the questions:
Is it in our time a little prominent speakers?
Can you give us a sample of human eloquent?
What the man, in your opinion, can be considered an eloquent?

Task 3.

Prepare the material of one of the Russian prominent speakers: MM Speranskii F.Plevako, IA Ilyin and others.
You can use the book: Adam E. Prominent Russian speakers. M., 1963.

Task 4.

Read the excerpt from Plato's dialogue "Phaedrus", where Socrates specifically mentions two "directions" of the human mind from the private (the form) to the general (genus), and otherwise - of the total (sort of) to the particular (mean)
"Socrates. We have argued that there is a certain love frenzy. Is not it?
Phaedrus. Yes.
Socrates. A trance is of two kinds: one - a consequence of human diseases, the other occurs when the gods deflect us from all that is usually accepted.
Phaedrus. Of course.
Socrates. Divine frenzy, coming from the four gods, we divided into four types: the inspired prophecy, we have erected to Apollo, the initiation into the mysteries - to Dionysus, the creative frenzy - to the Muses, is the fourth kind - to Aphrodite and Eros. We argued that the love of trance Adding better ... not so unconvincing argument, we, with due reverence ... glorify the lord ... Eros ... "(fragment from Plato's dialogue" Phaedrus ").
Highlight the definition of love given by Socrates. As he proves his thesis? What strutkurno-semantic model was used in this philosophy?

Task 5.

Read the following definitions of the same subject matter of the question. What, in your opinion, their singularity? What kinds of data definitions.

Mathematics is the teaching about the relationship between the formulas, devoid of any kind was content.
David Hilbert
Mathematics - the only perfect method to drive himself around by the nose.
Albert Einstein

Pure mathematics - is a subject where we do not know what we talk about, and do not know whether it is true that we are talking about.
Bertrand Russell
Mathematics - the science of ingenious operations performed on specially developed rules on specially invented concepts. Clearly, a particularly important role is given to inventing new concepts. The stock of interesting theorems in mathematics quickly exhausted would be if they had to formulate only through the concepts contained in the axioms.

Eugene Paul Wigner

Explanation: This mathematics of the listed authors of aphorisms - is an Englishman Bertrand Russell (who is also a philosophy, logic, sociology, social worker) and the German, David Hilbert. Albert Einstein and Eugene Paul Wigner - physics.

Task 6.

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Select the definition and call of their species.
"Known under several aliases - anguish, longing, indifference, melancholy, spleen, tyagomotina, depression, apathy, lethargy, drowsiness, emptiness, sadness, etc., boredom - a complex phenomenon and, in general, a product of repetition (the paradox based determination). "
"For if, as we said, repetition - the mother of boredom, demography (which will play in your life a much greater role than any of the lessons you are objects) - her other parent."
"Of course, I'm not going to declare poverty an escape from boredom - at St. Francis, apparently, it managed just that."
"With regard to poverty, boredom - the most brutal part of) her misfortune and flee from it takes more radical forms: violent rebellion or addiction." The combination of a comparison: "both temporary, for the misfortune of poverty is infinite; Both because of this infinity expensive. "
"Boredom - that is to say, your window for a while, those properties that we tend to ignore to the extent that it is threatened with composure. In short, it's your window to the infinity of time, that is, your insignificance in it. "
"For boredom - the invasion of time in our value system." (Brodsky. Praise boredom).

Task 7.

Select your subject of interest to the speech and come up with the definition of different types.
For example:
Snow - precipitation that falls in the winter season (logical definition).
Snow - precipitation in the form of white flakes, which are crystals of ice covering the ground in winter (for the transfer of property subject speech).
The snow - white veil of land (rhetorical definition).
Snow - mosaic crystals form, luster, reflected in the snowflakes, soft drifts (for the transfer of parts).

Task 8.

Find material for disclosure of the theme "The names of Moscow streets." Extending the subject, drawing on the structural and semantic model "name" to create a statement about one of the streets of Moscow (Bersenevskaya embankment, Prechistenka B.Yakimanka et al.)

Task 9.

Consider the argument (trying to use all of the hrii) on one of the topics:
"To speak without thinking - it is like shooting without aiming" M. Cervantes.
"When there is nothing to say, always say bad" Voltaire.
"Language - the most dangerous weapon: the sword wound heals better than a wound from the word" Calderon.
"Who does not know how to say no career saddles" Napoleon I.
"The ability to you or stupid, you're big or small,
We do not know. As long as you did not say a word, "Saadi.

Task 10.

Read the famous speech Gorgias "Praise Helen." Highlight it trails and figures. Determine the purpose of your means of expression found in the oral public speech.

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