He wants everyone to that, it's very easy to not be very discriminated by the way you look but the way your skin color. Mr. King is very descriptive of his words and his meaning for them. He can really make the world change if everyone really did follow. King's reason for the speech is because he is trying to make a difference, he is a very good well taught speaker and he speaks with so much enthusiasm and nothing could really stop him from anything he's doing. His argument is very reasoning to his defence and he eats so many reason to why the work works in its evil ways of discrimination.
Judging by the response of the crowd and the widespread critical acclaim his speech receives and continues to receive, it is safe to say that it is one of the most powerful speeches in history. Although some of his strategies often analyzed only one aspect of a situation or were exaggerated to help reinforce his point, he had an impact that will be revered by orators in the foreseeable future.
Kennedy will always be seen as a man whose young, vibrant life and presidency was tragically cut short. He was the youthful, earnest visionary who might have changed the world. From the start, Kennedy's Inaugural Address was recognized as a well-written and successful speech. Kennedy's speech no doubt possessed the literary style and elegance of a great inaugural address. It rehearsed the communal values of the typical inaugural, and it aimed to unite the public in common cause.
Antony gracefully applies his proficiency with ‘logos’ and ‘pathos’ to his speech and is able to adroitly gain followers. His strong reasoning and explanations allow the Romans to buy what he has to say. Antony’s ability to speak in a roundabout way is a key constituent of his speech. Withal, he is extremely humble and the way he plays down his prowess is impressive. Mark Antony puts all the parts of his remarkable rhetoric together, and the result is a speech for the ages.
Apart from infusing a sense of obligation in the crowd, Kennedy’s greatest element in his speech was the aptitude to arouse a feeling of esteem in the audience. Kennedy constantly uses phrases about freedom and sovereignty to remind the people they still are. “The heirs of that first revolution.” This dialect portrays America as a powerful and patriarch republic that possesses greater philanthropy of all the other nations around the world. Even though much of the address is fervent in tone, Kennedy devotes a large section of his topic to outline his ethos to all inhabitants of the world. JFK introduced the use of ethos at the inception of his address.
In his prominent 1961 Inaugural Address, John F. Kennedy extensively employs pathos, parallelism, antithesis, and varied syntax to captivate millions of people, particularly to persuade them to stand together and attempt to further human rights for the “betterment” of the world. Kennedy’s effective use of various rhetorical styles succeeds in persuading his audience –the world and the U.S citizens—that his newly-seized position as the U.S. President will be worthwhile for all. Evident throughout his entire address, Kennedy employs a cogent pathos appeal to keep his audience intrigued. This can be demonstrated when Kennedy initially proclaims: “Let the word go forth from this time and place, to friend and foe alike, that the torch has been passed to a new generation of Americans…” who he urges to be “unwilling to witness or permit the slow undoing of…human rights to which this nation has always been committed…” (Kennedy). Kennedy’s usage of “we” rather than “I” gives the audience a sense that they exist as part of something big, perhaps a family, while portraying Kennedy as a people’s president who desires to be a “person in the crowd.” Throughout his address, Kennedy establishes pathos mainly by appealing to American patriotism, a significant concept during the Cold War period in which Americans needed a jingoistic spirit to succeed.
At first, we can see that Othello certainly has self-confidence not only at himself but also in how other people perceive him. When the secret marriage of him and Desdemona was brought into reality, being accused by Brabantio that he has been using witchcraft and the old man’s racism view, Othello confidently response to his father-in-law by a straightforward and sincere speech. His speech was so successful that Nicholson was impressed: “it succeeds nonetheless in establishing his persuasive force: having heard him, the Senate is willing to believe… ‘that Desdemona was won, by hearing Othello talk’. (68-69). Obviously, Othello has pride and confidence, he knows his advantages and social position, as Macaulay emphasizes, “Othello presents himself as a man of complete self-assurance not only in himself but also in how others will perceive him” (261).
Many Americans consider JFK to be the greatest U.S. president of all time for a number of reasons. It was because of his hard work, dedication, charisma, respect, and understanding that made him such a great and influential icon. Through his military service, congressional career, and presidential career, JFK was able to motivate and influence people through a period of drastic change and to an extent hardship. His accomplishments and leadership traits will be forever considered and modeled for as long as humanity exist. In this paper I will discuss some of his most outstanding accomplishments I find to give his leadership career and title the most justice and praise.
I pray that one day King’s dream of seeing righteousness rolling down into America may also one day be fulfilled. King’s speech was truly great because history proved its value. The technical elements of the entire speech from opening statements to closing vision were masterfully crafted. It also had the full weight of the passion of God for justice to roll down like rivers behind it. These three combined ensure that Kings “I have a dream” speech will continue to be heralded as one of history’s greatest speeches of all time.
To add onto this, I’ll dive into the cadence. Obama was very good with his tone. Political speeches could become boring over time when the speaker is monotone or can be not be taken seriously when either the speaker raises his/her pitch at the end of every word or sentence, or the speakers pitch changes at random times. Obama had a nice comforting voice throughout his speech, with no surprising stoppages, which increased the quality of this speech. He did however use stoppages but it didn’t hurt the speech quality.