On Rhetoric: A Theory of Civic Discourse Multiple Choice Test Questions

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1. In the beginning of the book, which one of the following did Aristotle indicate about rhetoric?
(a) It was an art and a science.
(b) It was a science.
(c) It was neither an art nor a science.
(d) It was an art.

2. According to Aristotle in Book I, Chapter 1, what was not a concern of rhetoric?
(a) An academic subject.
(b) A vague subject.
(c) A specific subject.
(d) A hypothetical subject.

3. What type of argumentation did Aristotle think the dialectic should be associated with?
(a) Proper and valid.
(b) Proper, simple, and valid.
(c) Simple and valid.
(d) Proper and simple.

4. As Aristotle explained, in which situations would rhetoric be useful?
(a) Situations where dialectic would be misunderstood.
(b) Situations where dialectic would be inappropriate.
(c) Situations where dialectic would be understood.
(d) Situations where dialectic would also be appropriate.

5. How did Aristotle think rhetoric could be useful in terms of one's beliefs?
(a) Explanation.
(b) Confirmation.
(c) Expansion.
(d) Refinement.

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