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[22] Similarly Cornelius Celsus defines the end of rhetoric as [p. 311] to speak persuasively on any doubtful subject within the field of politics. Similar definitions are given by others, such for instance as the following:—“rhetoric is the power of judging and holding forth on such political subjects as come before it with a certain persuasiveness, a certain action of the body and delivery of the words.

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