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[5] Now, since there are three things in regard to speech, to which special attention should be devoted, let what has been said suffice for examples, maxims, enthymemes, and what concerns the intelligence1 generally;
for the sources of a supply of arguments and the means of refuting them. It only remains to speak of style and arrangement.

1 “Intellectual capacity, as evinced in language (or actions), and seen when the actors argue or make an appeal to the feelings of others, in other words, when they reason or plead with one of the other dramatis personae in the same sort of way as a rhetor might do” (Bywater on Aristot. Poet. 1450a 6, where the text is speaking of the διάνοια of the actors in a play).

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