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According to Aristotle, an appeal that relies on an audience’s sense of right and wrong is

an appeal to ethos, or ethics.
an appeal to logos, or logic.
an appeal to pathos, or emotion.
an anecdote, or a story that illustrates a point.

I feel like the sense of right and wrong would appeal to the term, "login/logos" but I'm not sure. Please help?

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  1. https://www.google.com/search?q=logos+ethos+pathos

    Let us know if you change your mind.

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  2. Okay, well... according to that I would have to say pathos.

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  3. Why not ethos?

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    Ms. Sue
  4. http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/ethic

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  5. Okay, I see how it is ethics, thank you everybody, this helped a lot!:)

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  6. stop researching and randomly posting links and counter-questions. Yes, you Ms. Sue. Yes, you Reed. Yes, you too Writeacher.

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  7. Multiple Choice
    1. A commercial for a toothbrush tells you that two out of three dentists prefer a certain brand. This commercial is using (1 point)
    pathos.
    ethos.
    logos.
    Multiple Choice
    2. A letter from your favorite charity tells you that renewing your previous year’s donation is the right thing to do. This letter is relying on (1 point)
    pathos.
    ethos.
    logos.
    Multiple Choice
    3. An online advertisement for a video game shows bright, flashing colors and intense action sequences. This advertisement is using (1 point)
    pathos.
    ethos.
    logos.
    4. Choose the answer that shows a correct revision to the following sentence:
    Why if you did not want to hear it did you ask me what I thought

    (1 point)
    Why, if you did not want to hear it, did you ask me what I thought?
    Why, if you did not want to hear it did you ask me what I thought?
    Why, if you did not want to hear it, did you ask me what I thought.
    Why, if you did not want to hear it did you ask me what I thought.
    5. According to Aristotle, an appeal that relies on an audience’s sense of right and wrong is (1 point)
    an appeal to ethos, or ethics.
    an appeal to logos, or logic.
    an appeal to pathos, or emotion.
    an anecdote, or a story that illustrates a point.

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    2B
    3A
    4A
    5A

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  8. YW ☜(゚ヮ゚☜)

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