Sketches from the Summer School of Rhetoric – Part 2

This is the second post in a series based on the sketches that graphic recorder Linda Saukko-Rauta made during my public speaking workshop in Hämeenlinna, Finland. I was speaking at the 2019 edition of the Summer School of Rhetoric.

Today’s sketch captures the three pillars of a successful persuasive speech, as set out by Aristotle over 2,300 years ago.

For the previous sketch in the series, please click here. For the next post in the series, please click here.

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