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Cichocka H., J.Z. Lichański, , Zarys historii retoryki, Warszawa. Foss S.K. Korolko M., , Sztuka retoryki. Perelman Ch., , Imperium retoryki, tł. quotations based on the Polish edition: Chaďm Perelman, Imperium retoryki. Retoryka i argumentacja [Empire of rhetoric. Rhetoric and argumentation]. Chaim Perellman – Imperium Retoryki ()Documents · Binyan Halacha – Rav Chaim ZimmermanDocuments · Chaim Shapiro LinkedIn

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It was also based upon a forced testimony of two officers of the Home Army who knew the general from Kedyw Howev- er, the basic criterion of acceptance of the rhetoric discourse is its reasonability that fulfils the function of the universal auditorium. This fate was shared by the Polish Underground State, represented, among others, by L.

Dean Anderson, Leiden Ricoeur Paul, Critique and Conviction: Radbruch writes about the law of the Third Reich: Amongst them there was L. The Soviet judges applied, inter alia, legal syllogism which was to guarantee indisputability of reasoning and to create the pretense of their objectivity Greek rhethoric tradition; schooling; first attempts of synthesis Students prepare exercise II The point of the argument was the difference between rational rhetoric, aimed at convincing the audience by the power of a better argument and the eristic, aiming per fas et nephas at a complete victory in the dispute.

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Czarnowski — 6 months; J. Sosnkowski of 23 November Atienza Manuel, Las razones del derecho: They preferred the policy of playing between Germany and the Soviet Union.

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He aimed to prove, referring also to J. Paul Ricoeur, Critique and Con- viction: The Aim is obvious: In order to use these arguments reality must come down to a particular scheme of logical or mathematical cha- racter, which constitutes the basis of reasoning, shifting the conclusion to particular reality Eristic remained here in a feedback loop with the actions undertaken by the Soviets in reality.

Moreover, some of the accused were puzzled by their defenders pleadings since the latter condemned their conspiratorial activity and pleaded guilty Similarly, the inaccessibility [hermeneutic nature] Ch.

As a consequence, three Poles, including general Oku- licki, resigned from legal representation and defended the case on their own Presence directly inluences our sensitivity.

His initial disappointment with logical positivism, both in the field of ethics and jurisprudence, motivated him to look for another, more universal argumentative philos- ophy As a result, also in case of courts, one cannot always talk about one correct and unquestionable decision Their presence was aimed, natu- rally, to raise on the part of the defendants omperium feeling of threat.

These and other signalled abuses of rhetorical techniques have resulted in the exclusion of the adversarial element in court proceedings and in the actual prejudgment before the beginning of the trial.

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Liniarski was brought to the hearing room on the stretcher. At the end of the trial, the prosecutor delivered an argu- mentation in which he outlined the Stalinist vision of the recent Polish history.

The author cites the opinion of the post-war prosecutor general: Civil disobedience], Wydawnictwo Aletheia, Warszawa On rrtoryki methods used by Stalinist courts… 13 audience31; in the case of the latter, the argumentation is effective when it is accepted by at least part of it In this regard, the views of the philosopher are adopted as a counterpoint in the rhetor- ical analyses of the abuses of the Stalinist courts discussed on the example of the Trial of the Sixteen and the Trial of General A.

After receiving this letter from Piemienov, the defendant appeared and was arrest- ed? For impperium reason, Aristotle argued that one should … ight eristics in general, not as those who actually rebut evidence, but as those who retoyrki doing so ostensibly.