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Éthos et pathos dans le discours homilétique roumain

Publication: Text şi discurs religios, VI, Section Retorica discursului religios, p. 171-180
Publisher:Editura Universităţii „Alexandru Ioan Cuza”
Abstract:The present article deals with the concepts of ethos and pathos which were studied on a corpus comprising Andrei Şaguna’s sermons (1809-1873), Orations. The former concept refers to the orator's self image, as illustrated by the collective mentality, to his/her reputation (the preliminary ethos) and to the orator's self image which depends on the communicative situation (the discursive ethos). The pathos is the emotional reaction that the orator intends to create in the audience. We reveal the rhetorical means that the orator uses in order to achieve his purpose. Among these range stylistic figures such as the analogy by dissimilarity, the example of authority, the correction, the preterition, the antiphore etc., as well as several self introducing formulas and self-evaluating syntagmas.
Key words:ethos, oration, pathos, religious discourse, rhetoric
Language: French

Citations to this publication: 1

References in this publication: 2

21Rodica ZafiuEthos, Pathos și Logos în textul prediciiTDR, II, 27-382010pdf
11Constantin SălăvăstruTeoria şi practica argumentăriiEditura Polirom2003

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