09 September 2008
In the writing, “Arguments from the Heart --- Pathos,” Lunsford, Ruszkiewicz, and Walters wrote about people and how many get tempted with advertisements from an emotional and influential appeal. They illustrated how emotional disagreements work; how many people see a images, whether it’s a t.v. sign, clothing logo, food sign; well people get tempted in their own thought and emotions and soon convince themselves that they want that outfit or want that food at that moment. Lunsford, Ruskiewics, and Walters mentions about how writers strive for an emotional effect through their writings and with pictures. They quote a persons speaking and in the speaking it indicates how they feel or also they’ll use action movement to pursue the readers thoughts to carry visual thoughts to have an emotional feeling from thereader. They write about photographs that are taken and how they bring a thought to the the person visualizing the picture. Also, many different issues like rape, abortion , racism are all issues that bring an argument emotionally. The writers acknowledge how humor is used in arguments to pursue a person to either a positive or negative feeling. Lunsford, Ruszkiewics, and Walters talk about arguments from the heart, meaning they draw in a persons feelings; for instance, sympathy, courage and or amusement. In the reading, “Arguments from the Heart ---Pathos,” Lunsford, Rusqkiewicz, and Walters acknowledged a way people are tempted in wants and needs. They describe how people claim emotions with excitement from magazine adds, stories, television and why people are determined to buy a product or use a service.