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Logos from originates from logical, ethos represent reliability while pathos represent passion.
Logos represents the logical argument. In Jeff’s speech, we can find the syllogism. Jeff is and will still be among the few who have presented a coordinated and logical speech. It is not worth listening to a speaker who jumps from one point to another without any apparent rhyme or reason. It is a deliberate move that most of the examples of lectures are fairly short and precise so that the speaker can actually focus on the main idea and not diverting his focus. Jeff’s speech is logical in the sense that he use two examples to support his point.
Interestingly, syllogism is easy to evaluate in the statement, “No flying things are penguins; all the penguins are birds; so some birds are not fliers.” At the beginning of his presentation, he argues that “cleverness is a gift, kindness is a choice.” Gifts are easily attainable as they are given on various occasions. Choices can be hard to attain. You can seduce yourself with your gifts if youre not careful and if you do, itll probably be to the detriment of your choices. He first talks about an instance of a story when he was a kid he proud of his minor arithmetic and he figure out if his grandma, “at two minutes per puff, you’ve taken nine years off your life.” and his grandma crying. In this example he uses the syllogism, kindness is a choice, choice can be hard, and so kindness is hard. Indeed he refer to his grandpa saying, “Jeff, one day you’ll understand that it’s harder to be kind than clever.” This example proves his opinion that cleverness is a gift, kindness is a choice and sometimes cleverness might ad for us choice. “This is a group with many gifts. I’m sure one of your gift is the gift of a smart and capable brain. Im confident that
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