Aristotle’s Rhetoric, Book I, Chapters 12-15
                                            (Kennedy: pp. 97-118; Roberts: pp. 32-41)

                                   Book I: Study Questions 31-37

31. List three types of pleasure by which Aristotle thinks people are tempted
to do wrong: (pp. 94-97):

32. How does Aristotle describe the mental disposition of the wrongdoer? (p. 98)

33. In your own words, what does Aristotle seem to mean by the "unwritten law"?
(pp. 102-106)

34. Which kinds of wrongdoing does Aristotle consider the greatest wrongs?
(pp. 106-108)

35. What does Aristotle consider to be the five non-artistic means of persuasion?
(p. 109)

36. What does Aristotle think about the kind of legal evidence which is derived from
torture (pp. 110-116)?

37. Name one thing from Aristotle which you found helpful. In what way(s), if any,
do you think that this might help you in public speaking?