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Many of the textbooks look only to advertising and politics for examples of pathos; when juxtaposed to examples of logos culled from literature and law, pathos is implicitly framed as persuasive lubricant for messages of questionable integrity.

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Moreover, the persistent and recurring dilemmas sketched in this section serve as a reminder for the need to routinely review textbook content and critically examine the relationship between textbooks and the many facets of our field they influence.

Publishers respond much more to the needs of instructors than the desires of theorists.

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Indeed, in autumn of the first conference dedicated entirely to affect theory took place, gathering together a wide range of academics, artists, entrepreneurs, activists, and theorists, including Lauren Berlant, Melissa Gregg, Brian Massumi, Kathleen Stewart, and Patricia Clough, to name a few. In the same way, the goal of this essay is one of building perspective, with the ultimate aim of improving our interpretive capacities for the specific scenes in which we work with the concept of pathos in our classrooms. Those arguments, however, were waged in the mids. Specifically, I review twenty-five textbooks published after and in high circulation, selected from a range of publishers. This LaunchPad includes: Interactive exercises and tutorials for reading, writing, and research LearningCurve adaptive, game-like practice that helps students focus on the topics where they need the most help, such as fallacies, claims, evidence, and other key elements of argument Reading comprehension quizzes Wait! What was believed to be concentrated focus was actually myopic assessment. Publishers respond much more to the needs of instructors than the desires of theorists. The message is emphasized through his practice, too, in that the bulk of Book II of the Rhetoric is dedicated to detailed exploration of specific emotions. The implication here is of dual commitments at odds with each other; in short, there is a version of rhetoric that we speak of in our scholarship and a separate, often quite distinct version of rhetoric we present through our textbooks.

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My aim is to bring the research thread initiated by Moon up to date and, in the process, create a through-line in our conversations regarding pathos and its instruction. I believe so. This proliferation of scholarly activity has brought the passions of persuasion to a new level of prominence.

Indeed, in autumn of the first conference dedicated entirely to affect theory took place, gathering together a wide range of academics, artists, entrepreneurs, activists, and theorists, including Lauren Berlant, Melissa Gregg, Brian Massumi, Kathleen Stewart, and Patricia Clough, to name a few.

The implication here is of dual commitments at odds with each other; in short, there is a version of rhetoric that we speak of in our scholarship and a separate, often quite distinct version of rhetoric we present through our textbooks.

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