Which statement uses logos as a rhetorical appeal?
a. no young child should go to bed feeling hungry.
b. the committee has experience with staffing and operating food banks.
c. without food banks, families would face the empty shelves of their pantries.
d. if the food bank collects one hundred more cans, it will be fully stocked.
Explanation: It is D because it doesn’t appeal to credibility or emotions, rather a evidential and factual appeal.
The correct answer is D. If the food bank collects one hundred more cans, it will be fully stocked.
Logos is a common rhetorical appeal that focuses on using logic to try to convince the audience something is true. This includes using facts, reasons logically connected, statistics or numerical data, among others. Moreover, this appeal avoids the use of language that evokes feelings as it occurs in the pathos appeal or language that shows the credibility of the author as it occurs in the ethos appeal.
From the options given, option D is the one that uses logos as a rhetorical appeal because this includes numerical data "If the food bank collects one hundred more cans" to prove something is true, and therefore the focus is logic or facts, which are related to the logos appeal.
in this passage from chapter 6 of "animal farm", by george orwell, what the author is ridiculing in this passage is the frivolity of some rules.
clover, the mare, believes she remembers that the fourth commandment forbade sleeping in beds because it was something that humans did. snowball, napoleon, and the pigs are brain-workers who look after the welfare of the farm. they are the obvious leaders because they are smart, and so they are entitled to eat the best food and sleep in beds. it is squealer, who says these lines making the difference between sleeping with sheets, what humans do, and sleeping in beds, what pigs do. the unwillingness to question authority makes the oppressed to obey without thinking.
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