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Is connotative language like this used to manipulate?

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For this discussion, you will read “Supermarket Semantics,” and “You Call That Meat?” and this Purdue OWL page on the Three Appeals (https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/general_writing/academic_writing/establishing_arguments/rhetorical_strategies.html).
Using examples from these texts to support your views, I want you to discuss the relationship between logic, emotion, and ethics in successful arguments.
In particular, I want you to consider the emotional versus logical value of terms like “fresh,” “heart healthy,” “plant based,” “low fat,” “natural,” “real” and so on. Is connotative language like this used to manipulate? Where is the line between a persuasive use of language and information and a dishonest one? Finally, if an argument is successful, does it matter if it is honest or ethical? Why or why not?

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