(/ˈpeɪθɒs/, US: /ˈpeɪθoʊs/; plural: pathea; Gr****: πάθος, for "suffering" or "experience"; adjectival
from παθητικός) appeals
that cl****ify the speaker's appeal
to the audience. They are: ethos, pathos
, and logos, and the less-used kairos. Aristotle's Rhetoric describes
- In Christianity, the P****ion (from Late Latin: p****ionem "suffering, enduring") is the short final period
in the life of Jesus beginning
with his triumphal...
- Retrieved August
27, 2009. Scott
1984, p. 17. Bellwood, Peter
of Origin. pp. 31–41. Hsiao-Chun, Hung (2007). Ancient jades
map 3,000 years...
- Corporate pathos
is public relations jargon
for the employment
of emotional engagement techniques
to help alter adverse public attitudes
to a corporation...
is a 2009 Italian short
film. It was created
by the independent Illusion Video Production
company. One of the founders
that "Spider-Man's origin combines
all of the most cl****ic aspects
and scientific wonder
into the perfect blend
for a superhero
- C****idy) shows
him to her wedding. 165 23 "The Pathos
in the Pathogens" Chad Lowe Kim Clements
April 22, 2013 (2013-04-22) 8AKY19...
- nationalism. In Britain
this was called
Septentrionalism, in Germany
, and in the Scandinavian countries
- Mono no aware
of things", and also translated
as "an empathy toward
things", or "a sensitivity
to ephemera", is a ****anese...