Wednesday, November 19, 2014


        ...the rhetoric of the pursuit of virtue includes exhortations to actions that fulfill an end. On the whole, the main goal is better character to live in the world that largely shuns such actions, although this shunning could show up as avoiding. When what is absent can be seen as a clear picture of what is not deemed to be valuable...but who can assess that this is the way of those who are virtuous? The question asks in what way can you find out how these moral imperatives work by persuading people. The words themselves often are commanding moral action, which is seen to be right...

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