Aristotle, Art of Rhetoric

LCL 193: 488-489

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GENERAL INDEX

  • boorishness, 3.16.9
  • building up, 1.7.31. See also Select Glossary of Technical and Other Terms, s.v. ἐποικοδομεῖν
  • calumny. See prejudice
  • categories, 2.7.6
  • cause: and effect, fallacy of, 2.24.8; topic of, 2.23.25
  • censure, 1.9.41
  • challenge, legal, 1.15.29
  • chance. See fortune
  • change, 1.11.20
  • character: of different stages of life, 2.12–14; as a means of persuasion, 1.2.3; in speeches, 2.21.16; style, 3.7.1; what produces it, 3.16.8–9;
  • children, blessing of, 1.5.4, 1.5.6
  • choice: deliberate moral, 1.1.14, 1.8.6; things deliberately chosen, 1.6.26
  • clause, 3.9.5–6
  • comic poets, 2.6.20
  • community, wrongs against the, 1.13.3
  • comparison, 2.20.2, 2.20.4; of statements, 3.19.5
  • compound words, 3.2.5, 3.3.1, 3.7.11
  • compulsion, acts of, 1.10.14
  • conciseness, 3.6.1, 3.6.6, 3.15.10
  • confidence, 2.5.16–21, 2.14.1
  • conjunctions, connecting particles, 3.5.2, 3.6.6, 3.12.4
  • consequents, topic of, 2.23.14, 2.24.7
  • constructive, enthymemes, 2.26.3
  • contempt, 2.2.4, 2.11.7
  • continuous style, 3.9.1
  • contracts, 1.1.10, 1.2.2, 1.15.20
  • contraries, topic of, 2.19.1. See also opposites
  • contumely, 2.2.3–5, 2.4.30
  • coordinates, 1.7.27
  • cordax, rhythm of the, 3.8.4
  • correctness of language (ἑλληνίζειν), 3.5, 3.12.1
  • countersyllogism, 3.17.15
  • courage, 1.9.8
  • cupping glass (riddle), 3.2.12
  • customary things, 1.10.18
  • danger, 2.5.2
  • definition, topic of, 2.23.8; substituted for the name, 3.6.1
  • degenerate descendants, 2.15.3
  • deliberative rhetoric, 1.3.3–6, 1.6–8; harder than forensic, 3.17.10; its style, 3.12.5; least admits narrative, 3.16.11
  • delivery (ὑπόκρισις), 3.1.3, 3.1.7, 3.12.2, 3.12.5
  • democracy, 1.8.4
  • demon (δαιμόνιον), 2.23.8; 3.18.2
  • demonstration, rhetorical, 1.1.11; 3.13.2
  • depreciation, 2.26.1
  • description (ἐπίγραμμα), of a charge, 1.13.9
  • desire (ἐπιθυμία), 1.10.18; rational and irrational, 1.11.5
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  • dialectic, 1.1.1
  • dicast, 1.3.2
  • diction, fallacies of, 2.24.2; 3.8. See also style
  • difficulty, 1.6.27, 1.7.15
  • dignity, of style: ὄγκος, 3.6.1; σεμνότης, 2.17.4; 3.8
  • dilemma, 2.23.15
  • diminutives, use of, 3.2.15
  • dithyrambic: poets, 3.3.3, 3.12.2; preludes, 3.14.5
  • division, topic of, 2.23.10
  • dog, praise of, 2.24.2
  • easy, things, 1.6.27
  • effect and cause, fallacy of, 2.24.8
  • element (στοιχεῖον), 1.6.1; 2.22.13, 2.26.1 (= τόπος)
  • emotions, 2.1–11; belonging to different characters, 2.12–14
  • emulation, 2.11
  • encomium, distinguished from praise, 1.9.33 (deleted by Kassel; see his note in the app. crit.)
  • enmity, 2.4. See also hatred and anger
  • enthymeme: apparent, false, 2.24; destructive and constructive, 2.26.3; elements of, 2.23; a kind of syllogism, 1.1.11, 1.2.8; nature and use of, 2.22.1, 2.25.8; two kinds, 1.2.20, 1.2.22; use of in proof, 3.17.6–8
  • envy, 2.9.3, 2.10
  • epic poets, 3.3.3
  • epideictic rhetoric, 1.3.3–6, 1.9.1; amplification useful in, 1.9.38; best for written compositions, 3.12.5; less important in proof, 3.17.3; narrative in, 3.16.1; nature of, 2.22.6; points of agreement with deliberative, 1.9.35
  • epilogue, 3.13.3, 3.19
  • episodes, 3.17.11
  • epithets, 3.2.14, 3.3.3, 3.6.3, 3.6.7
  • equity, 1.13.12–19
  • error, 1.13.16
  • euphemism, 1.9.28–29; 3.2.10
  • exaggeration (δείνωσις), 2.21.10, 2.24.4
  • example, 1.2.8, 1.2.19; 2.20; best for deliberative rhetoric, 1.9.40; from history, 2.20.3; reasoning from, 2.25.8; refutation of, 2.25.13
  • excess and the exceeded, 1.7.2; in a virtue, 1.9.29
  • exchange of properties (ἀντίδοσις), 3.15.8
  • exhortation (προτροπή, opposed to ἀποτροπή), 1.3.3
  • expedient/ency, 1.6.1, 1.7.1
  • eyes, the seat of shame, 2.6.18
  • fable, 2.20.2, 2.20.5
  • fact, questions of (εἰ γέγονεν ἢ μὴ γέγονεν), 2.19.16–25
  • fallacies, 2.24, 2.25.10; 3.12.4
  • favor, 2.4.29, 2.7.2. See also gratitude
  • fear, 2.5.1–15
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