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In ancient times the word rhetoric meant?


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According to Wikipedia, the definition of "rhetoric" is "the art or technique of persuasion through the use of oral, visual, or written language." This is the classical meaning of rhetoric, as developed by the Sophists of Ancient Greece.


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