Rabbi Kenneth E. Ehrlich
Rhetoric is often defined as "the effective use of persuasive language." Their protestations not withstanding, politicians, artists, businesspersons, and clergy all use (and sometimes abuse) rhetoric in their attempts to pursuade others. This Food for Thought lecture will examine the principles of rhetoric, provide examples of the effective use of rhetoric, and offer insights into how and why we allow ourselves to be persuaded.
Wednesday, October 29, 2003
3 Cheshvan 5764
Lunch is in Mayerson Auditorium at noon and the lecture will begin at 12:30 p.m.
please call Marcia Cruse, (513)221-1875, ext 353
or send a check made payable to: HUC-JIR,
Department of Outreach Education,
3101 Clifton Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45220