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[15] For each of them contains the whole of rhetoric, since each of them requires invention, arrangement, expression, memory and delivery. Consequently some writers have thought it better to say that there are three kinds of oratory; those whom Cicero1 has followed seem to me to have taken the wisest course in terming them kinds of causes.

1 de Or. I. xxxi. 141; Top. xxiv. 91.

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