review the Classical, Toulmin, and Rogerian approaches to rhetoric and identify what you think are weaknesses and strengths to each approach. What are the advantages to seeing both sides of an argument and what are the pitfalls? How does confirmation allow for a strong argument, but also presents points of weakness? Identify a different topic for each of these methods that we hear about every day in the news or in conversation that you think could be explored well by each method, and why you think they would be well served by this approach.
As there are multiple different unrelated topics addressed here, this answer will review the differences in various rhetorical systems.
There is no single "classical" model of rhetoric . The "classical" period lasted almost a thousand years and included writers as diverse as the Older Sophists, Plato, Aristotle, Quintilian, Longinus, and Augustine. Some classical authors believed in the importance of systematic logical analysis while others were primarily concerned with the effect...
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