posted by mandy on .
Fable for tomorrow
This town does not actually exist, but it might easily have a thousand counterparts in America or elsewhere in the world. I know of no community that has experienced all the misfortunes I describe. Yet every one of these disasters has actually happened somewhere, and many real communities have already suffered a substantial number of them. A grim specter has crept upon us almost unnoticed, and this imagined tragedy may easily become a stark reality we all shall know. ..
IS this paragraph logos
should be ETHOS
IN Rachel carson essay FABLE FOR TOMORROW she used only the pathos and ethos
Doesn't this fable appeal to the emotions?
It hasn't convinced me either by its sound arguments nor by the expertise of the author.
Now you identify the author, which could give it credence as an ethos argument. However, without knowing the author, pathos is what stands out.
so you said arguments is logos