Are there really objective rules of persuasion? According to Aristotle there are, and they are objective because they align with human nature itself. Martin Cothran, author of Memoria Press’ Classical Rhetoric program, will explain the three basic rules of persuasion and how they work themselves out. Sign up here to attend this Wednesday at 4 p.m. est.
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