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2021.10.27 03:12 Miha_8 Beyond The Wire Operation 3 is COMING SOON
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2021.10.27 03:12 jeonberry Adding Korean Dictionary & Custom Fonts to Libra 2?
I sideloaded some Korean books onto my Kobo and noticed that the title and author comes up as squares and not hangul. I'm wondering if there's any way to display Korean font for the titles as Kobo's OS itself doesn't have a language option for Korean?
Also, does anyone know if it's possible to import Korean dictionaries and fonts? The standard font is kind of ugly...
Thanks in advance! :)
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2021.10.27 03:12 LordAndyofBoganville (Bug?) weird invisible squares are showing up in my game
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2021.10.27 03:12 QuiteTheDrive AI Fighting Capability
I think it’d be cool if AIs such as Cortana would have fighting capabilities. For example, Cortana can access the vehicle’s control and use the machine gun from Warthogs, Falcons, Scorpions, etc. It is the future so it’d probably make sense.
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2021.10.27 03:12 KnownRandomization And a mirror selfie to start the day! 😅
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2021.10.27 03:12 DeonB2006 My desktop & file explorer icons missing/disappeared
| I was setting up 2 new MS accounts (me & my sister's then making my dad as admin) to our home pc. After all that I went to check out my profile... soon to find out that my Desktop icons missing. I went to the file explorer same there but the navigation panel is blank, file icons missing, file thumbnails gone. all there is left is the titles & details of the files....|
what do I have to do in order to put back the icons.....
Desktop (icons missing)
file explorer (icons missing, navigation panel blank)
Music folder (thumbnails gone)
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2021.10.27 03:12 RedOscuro Gotta have the dumb Mario alt before the waifu. Green pipe btw
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2021.10.27 03:12 halrtrager59 SUPPLY CHAIN, Pen and ink on Vellum, me 2021
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2021.10.27 03:12 neil2502 Skew prints
Hi everyone, my ender 5 pro prints skew vertically. Short, small diameter prints come out well but taller broader prints come out skew. My bed is level as i check this every print. What could be the issue?
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2021.10.27 03:12 Straight_Net_4756 Vince McMahon be like -
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2021.10.27 03:12 SeriesPitifulShiba One Zero less by the End of the Month! 💎🙌🚀 Mark my words - Hodl!
2021.10.27 03:12 thewibbler Last picture of Halyna Hutchins (white beanie hat), killed moments later by Alec Baldwin with a prop gun.
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2021.10.27 03:12 International-Ad3350 Her IG
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2021.10.27 03:12 impicklericks i invested 5k in BDC- i watched it go to 9k almost immediately then all the way back to $800… back in profit today … it’s been a hard
2021.10.27 03:12 Rockinathan Mortal Kombat X: "Tanya" Intro dialogues (With Kombat 1 and 2 opponents)
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2021.10.27 03:12 darth_naruto PS5 EA servers down?
As the title states. I on transfer market in FUT and was automatically exited to main screen. Now the error message is coming up while trying to connect to the servers.
Error message: Sorry, it appears the EA servers are currently down. We are working to address the problem. Please try again later. For additional information please see ea.com/unable-to-connect.
PS: I know what it says. I was just curious if everyone is facing the same or is it just a few or just me.
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2021.10.27 03:12 WishbonePractical795 If Eithan suddenly lost all his power and the ability to practice sacred arts, would he take a deal to become one punchman?
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2021.10.27 03:12 SnowballtheSage Aristotle‘s Rhetoric Book I – put in my own words, my notes & reflections
Aristotle‘s Rhetoric Book I Notes
A Prologue – where we came from, where we go from here
Where we came from
Sophists like Protagoras contended that politics was simply rhetoric. In this way, they reduced to and at the same defined the art of ruling as a power game of words. A spectacle in which the elite keep their subjects spellbound by employing a sophisticated system of sleights of the tongue. This is the type of worldview in which we situate Thrasymachus‘ argument that justice is the advantage of the stronger in the Republic. If the entire world simply exists for the sake of a few well-to-do elite, then justice, truth, beauty are simply magic words for the advantage of the rulers.
It is Socrates, possessed by some divine power, and Plato together who take a hammer to the position that politics equals magic word games. Their position is that there is justice, there is beauty, there is truth in the form of the highest good. Hence, language and by extension thought are vehicles with which one can pursue knowledge of the highest truth. Socrates provides us with a technique for this very purpose, the dialectic.
In Plato‘s Republic, Socrates articulates the difference between belief and knowledge, opinion and understanding. He does not condemn belief or opinion. He simply puts them in their right place on the ladder of the pursuit of truth. In the Gorgias, Socrates condemns rhetoric as a flattery of the true art legislation. Still, he provides an example and vision for the place rhetoric can occupy e.g. to help patients agree to go through difficult operations.
Where we go from here
This is where Aristotle picks up. He writes „Rhetoric“ in light of the dialectic. One is concerned with persuasion the other with the pursuit of truth. Aristotle reclaims rhetoric as an art. It is no longer politics in itself but rather a very small part of it. Politics is the architectonic art and rhetoric is but one of many tools of the architect.
As we read Aristotle‘s treatise, we quickly realise that we are delving into the depths of opinion, belief. The author is very concerned with giving us the truth about persuasion. In that, he reclaims Protagoras and changes his dictum from „man is the measure of all things“ to „man believes he is the measure of all things“. If you want to persuade another man then learn to discover and navigate their beliefs about the world. Afterall, Protagoras was known for just that. In the dialogue Plato named after him, Protagoras tries to understand Socrates‘ beliefs and mirror them back to him. Protagoras‘ aim in the dialogue was not to discover some truth but to establish himself as a truth expert.
Along the same lines, Aristotle‘s definition of happiness and the virtues in the Nikomachean Ethics follow the spirit of Socrates the dialectician, forever pursuing what these concepts mean. In the Rhetoric on the other hand, his definitions of happiness and the virtues are in line with the teachings of Protagoras the rhetorician. They are an assortment of popular beliefs presented to us in the form of a pick and mix buffet of persuasion. Aristotle is explicit here. His message is „pick what you think will make your audience more amenable to you“.
Aristotle with this treatise, unlike Gorgias, is neither interested nor willing to cultivate a generation of shysters like Meno or Callicles. He maintains a more virtuous vision for the rhetorical art. Page after page, we find injunctions both implicit and explicit to follow what we may choose to call „rhetorical ethics“. First and foremost, Aristotle calls on us to develop ourselves through careful study, motivated learning. Before we start trying to convince others to follow our advice, we ought to first arrive to the point where we can truly give sound advice. When it comes to matters of justice, the facts alone are enough to define guilt or innocence, there is no need for emotional appeals. The age old adage „do not do as I do but do as I say“ does not fly with Aristotle. You need to be able to fully back what you say.
Chapter 1 – the goal of rhetoric Aristotle introduces rhetoric as an art and in light of dialectics. The goal of dialectics is the pure pursuit of truth. The goal of rhetoric is persuasion, i.e. to try and make someone do or believe something by providing them with a set of good reasons. In a rhetoric demonstration, reasons to do or believe something are laid out in the form of or proceed through generally accepted notions, opinions, arguments.
Looking at rhetoric speech from a general point of view, Aristotle divides its content into the (i) essentials, i.e. the facts on the ground and the (ii)non-essentials, as in appeals to emotion. He notes that e.g. in courts of law only essential speech should be admitted.
Chapter 2 – example and enthymeme Aristotle terms „example“ as rhetorical induction. The orator builds his case by enumerating several supporting examples and follows up by presenting a generalization as proceeding from these examples. He poses that this generalization applies on all instances.
e.g. I have counted more white sheep than black, sheep are generally white.
He terms „enthymeme“ as rhetorical deduction. The orator poses generally accepted opinions to the audience. He then uses these opinions as premises to draw conclusions for particular examples. The conclusion is obviously as shaky as its premise. An orator is only interested that the audience believes something as true.
e.g. People who have fever are ill. Paul has a fever, therefore he is ill.
In addition, Aristotle identifies three parts in the persuasion process: (i) Ethos deals with establishing your authority to speak on a subject, (ii) Pathos are your attempts to stir emotions in the audience, and (iii)Logos is your logical argument that proves your point.
Chapter 3 – past, present, future Aristotle divides oratory into three divisions: (i) deliberative, (ii) forensic, (iii) epideictic.
In deliberative rhetoric, the orator is concerned with the future. He typically builds a case using current or past examples to recommend a specific course for the future.
In forensic rhetoric, the orator is concerned with the past. He intends to interpret/present a specific event in the past in a specific way. It is typically used in legal cases.
In epideictic rhetoric, the orator is concerned with the present. He typically brings together examples and arguments to praise or scorn someone. It is typically used as part of funeral ceremonies to talk about the deceased.
Chapter 4 – When it comes to deliberative rhetoric, reminiscent of Socrates‘ dialogue with Gorgias, Aristotle emphasizes the importance of thoroughly knowing the subject matter in order to establish sound presuppositions and reach correct conclusions. The main topics of deliberative speech are (i) ways and means, (ii) war and peace, (iii) national defence, (iv) imports and exports, (v) legislation.
Chapter 5 – Given that every citizen partakes in the state with a view to the happiness of themselves and their community, Aristotle sets forth the popular conceptions of happiness as well as examples that proceed from them. The goal here is not a scientific investigation of happiness like in the Ethics. Instead, Aristotle here provides the basics to build rhetorical arguments that present particular policies and political actions as being in the interest of individual and state.
In particular he is providing the aims of the everyman. This is why wisdom and philosophy are not mentioned.
Chapter 6 – Now, deliberative rhetoric seeks to present and promote specific means to the aims as opposed to defining the aims themselves. Unlike the dialectic, we are not trying to figure out what would truly make us happy. Instead, we take what people think would make them happy as a given and promote our „way“ as the one leading to that end.
Chapter 7 – Aristotle details and provides examples of the types of simple logic an orator can use to give the appearance of reason to his audience. The orator allows his audience to follow him through a seemingly logical path towards a seemingly rational conclusion.
e.g. argument for gold → gold is better than iron because it is rarer and more valuable. argument for iron → iron is better than gold because it is more abundant and useful.
Chapter 8 – Aristotle inverts Protagoras‘ „man is the measure of all things“ to „If you want to persuade people of other states learn how they measure the world, their common held beliefs, and proceed as though they were the truth“. Another word for common held belief is „endoxon“, plural „endoxa“.
Chapter 9 – Aristotle presents us with the proper way to praise or criticise others as part of an epideictic oration. His guidelines double up for praising ourselves or another in order to boost our or the other‘s gravity as coming speakers (Ethos) in other types of rhetoric. Overall, the emphasis is put on virtues, especially (i) liberality and magnanimity which imply materially benefitting the community, as well as (ii) equity, which implies fairness in dealings with others and helping maintain a communal standard of excellence.
Chapter 10 – When it comes to forensic rhetoric, Aristotle calls us to ascertain (i) the nature and number of incentives to wrong-doing, (ii) the state of mind of the wrong-doer, (iii) the kind of persons who are wronged and their condition.
Aristotle proceeds to define wrong-doing as injury voluntarily inflicted contrary to law. Furthermore, he argues that much like all voluntary actions, the wrong-doer acted in this way either because it was useful or pleasant for him or because it appeared to be so at the time.
Chapter 11 – Aristotle follows up by exploring the nature and forms of the pleasant in humans.
Chapter 12 - Aristotle sets out the various states of mind in which a person may commit a crime. He further discusses the kinds of people who may fall victim to crime and the way criminal activity may be carried out.
Chapter 13 – An action will be termed unjust if it breaks (i) natural law, that is a law that is absolute, all-embracing and universally valid or (ii) conventional law, that is a law that each community lays down for itself and differs from place to place. Furthermore, an unjust action will be judged more severely if (i) it hurts the entire community as opposed to (ii) specific private persons. Finally, the judge, through equity, will pursue to define the exact severity of the unjust action committed. e.g. a man is accused to have hit another man with a piece of metal and upon examination it is revealed that the accused slapped the accuser while wearing his wedding ring. The crime is now very different than if the accused had hit the man with a 2kg iron bar.
Leo Strauss notes that for Aristotle „natural law“ is like the groundwork, i.e. the most basic and found in all communities, and conventional law is like an edifice built on this ground.
Chapter 14 – Aristotle discusses further factors which would contribute to the severity of a criminal action, e.g. if the perpetrator was an innovator and a new law had to be written or if the victim afterwards took their own life out of shame.
Chapter 15 – Aristotle takes up a discussion on the „non-technical“ means of persuasion, that is elements exclusive to forensic oratory which could define the decision of a judge, the outcome of a trial. These means he identifies as (i) laws, (ii) witnesses, (iii) contracts, (iv) tortures, (v) oaths. Generally speaking, he makes the point that the forensic orator should highlight, emphasise and praise any of the means that would put his case in a positive light and underplay, undermine and scorn any which would work against the orator‘s intention.
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2021.10.27 03:12 Miha_8 Beyond The Wire Operation 3 is COMING SOON
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2021.10.27 03:12 Bask82 I just did my very first maven invitation! A bit scary😁
I am wondering, since you can pick and choose what Bosses to witness, which Bosses do you find the least lethal in the particular regions? I would like to know so I can make the least lethal invitations to start out with😅
Thanks in advance!
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