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What is rhetoric?
Why are you studying it?
What are you looking to get out of this class?
If facility in speaking and writing (i.e. practical rhetoric) is primarily a matter of three ingredients, natural talent, training, and rules, then what proportions do you think are most effective and what are the implications of your position for you as a teacher of writing and speaking?
What might the expression "rhetorically astute" mean?
Given what you just said, if the opposite of astute were obtuse, what would "rhetorical obtuseness" mean?