A non-prejudicial use of rhetoric would be for example arguing the republican position on minimum wage increases versus the democrats position on the same subject. The republican position is that a rise in the minimum wage will be a disadvantage and burden on small business. The democrats state that it has been years since the minimum wage has risen and that low income wage earners need this rise. The truth of the matter is that there are very few jobs in the US that are paying as low as the current minimum wage.
nonprejudicial rhetoric defines itselfs; as in unbais discourse when asking a question. for example: what is the sound of one hand clapping?
prejudicial use of rhetorical devices?
Non predjudicial uses of rhetorical devices are opinions formed with out bia. You are basically allowing others to make up their own minds and think for themselves.
Spot them by using the rhetorical tools.
Rhetorical devices: similie, metaphor, themes, paradoxy, irony etc.
why is the sky blue?
Its raining cats and dogs
nonprejudicial rhetoric defines itselfs; as in unbais discourse
Yes, or to be more specific it is a rhetorical device.
The answer is insinuation but I'm not sure that it's a rhetorical device.
prejudicial rhetorical devices are those based solely on facts knowing the basics on the subject. where nonprejudicial devices are those not attached with simple facts and advice it is based on one persons opinion rather then one persons research
Which best describes a tetrad
Simile, which is a Rhetorical Device
rhetorical question practically never used