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In Topic: Rhetorical Devices Used in Literary Logic

12 August 2017 - 12:54 PM

Parrhesia - Free and fearless speech. Being bold and assertive when telling the truth. Bombastically displaying it all for everyone to see. Ideally, It is used to gain the attention of an audience for moral purposes. Although negativity is often inserted to add extra firepower. 
It comes from the old Greek meaning 'to speak everything'. It also implies the obligation to speak the truth to all, even at personal risk. I guess Socrates would know all about that... 
It means more than just stating your own personal beliefs but a public commitment to those beliefs. It concerns the truth about his or her own being and displaying that light outward for others to see. It comes from the core of the very self. Your own awareness of being completely naked for all to see.
Parrhesia unleashes a torrent of ideas freely without compunction, without much forethought, without stiff composure. Letting the spirit move the the moment forward. Directly expressing blunt truth by using simple, clear words to gather attention. You can see this device used all the time by the politicians and the religious ministers.  
The truth spouting from their gobs is loaded with artificial sweetener....

In Topic: Rhetorical Devices Used in Literary Logic

11 August 2017 - 12:40 PM


Smart Ass!






A two word device that describes an object with metaphors. Kennings are used in poems and riddles to report characteristics in obscured detail. Painting pictures by compressing metaphors is a good way to describe something symbolically. They replace concrete nouns with a colourful display of figurative speech. Describing something in an indirect manner. They are like metaphors and similes. When combining them together in short lists they can create clever riddles. 

In Topic: Rhetorical Devices Used in Literary Logic

06 August 2017 - 02:11 PM

The Palindrome effect
Palindromes are words and sentences that read both forwards as well as backwards. These take a bit of thinking to create. Usually for entertaining purposes. But, they do have an esoteric aspect. Their use can be traced to ancient and modern Magic spells because of the reversibility they offer. You'll find extensive use of the palindrome effect in numbers too. Great for poetic rhythm effects and they're seen in religious texts as well.


06 August 2017 - 02:06 PM

Risky business! Here's one ladies experience using her social security number to pay bills. 



Never mind what happens in a courtroom when an individual human being stands up to the system. That is a whole different animal....

Be prepared to take a lot of hits if you do assert yourself.

In Topic: Rhetorical Devices Used in Literary Logic

06 August 2017 - 01:57 PM


“Folks, our nation’s hen houses are on the attack. If we don’t act now, it’s no more fried egg and cheese biscuits for us. No more fried chicken. No more chicken noodle soup. No more Wendy’s Spicy Chicken sandwiches. It’s gone. All gone. As soon as these bastards get their hands on our chicken, the only thing we’ll have is either Curried Chicken or Chicken Tacos. And who eats that shit? This is America folks. If we let ISIS and illegal Mexicans get to our chickens, it’s over folks. The American dream is dead. But, I’m here to tell you folks, I’ve read on Twitter and Facebook that the best thing we can do to keep the chickens safe is guarding them with nature’s top assassin. The fox. The fox is a ruthless killer, heartless, and he’ll snuff out anyone trying to hurt our nation’s precious hens. God bless foxes, and God bless America!” said Trump. The crowd of news reporters and farmers erupted in a thunderous applause.




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