Ethos, Pathos, and Logos: The Benefits of Aristotelian Rhetoric in the Courtroom

2014Washington University Jurisprudence Review

Krista C. McCormack examines the effect on and applicability to the courtroom of the three modes of proof that have stemmed from Aristotle's Rhetoric: ethos (perceived persuader credibility), pathos (emotional appeal), and logos (logical appeal).

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