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Thus argument was well established long before the Greek philosophers started thinking about the matter. (8) Indeed, we could no more hold otherwise if we are to contend that argument is a primary mode of communication and a means to gain understanding. As long as language has been in use, elements of argumentative speech must have occurred. But with the Greeks, “argument” starts to take on specific forms. Participants become reflexive about their argumentative practices, studying them for best effect and purpose.
Primarily we might think of persuasive discourses, but even here the senses of persuasion can be varied. qxd 4/16/04 6:24 PM Page 38 38——RHETORICAL ARGUMENTATION narrative to the historical, the scientific and the philosophical, and even perhaps the sophistical. In each of these, logos is approached in some specific way, and in each the power of logos to effect change and influence is recognized, even if only in how to understand the descriptions of reality that it offered. Two primary uses of logos (as a generic term for discourses) are suggested here: to describe the world and to influence people’s beliefs and behavior.
Such questions arise from the account of audiences developed in the preceding chapters. If the success of rhetorical argumentation is accounted in some way by the appropriate audience response, then what makes the choices of a specific audience reasonable? More importantly, from where do we get any standards for making such evaluations ourselves? Chapter 5 begins to discuss what is at stake in such questions by exploring some of the ways in which allegedly “objective” standards of reasonableness have been employed.