The Art of Noise Part I

Rhetorical discourse i.e. The Art of Noise has become a craft that has been well developed and refined throughout the ages.

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On a starry night of perfectly serene quiet in the month of October; with the harvest awaiting its reaping, lights flicker inside of the orange pumpkin shells and our world sighs In lieu of the approaching winter holiday season. The quietness of peace is stealthily replaced by the carefully crafted “Art of Noise.” Just turn on the radio on that quiet night; as you begin to turn the dial you notice the squelch of White Noise. Bleeding through the White Noise are the numerous talk radio shows and their advertisers. This is one of the many forms of the Art of Noise .

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Rhetorical discourse i.e. The Art of Noise has become a craft that has been well developed and refined throughout the ages starting with the Sophist  of Ancient Greece who could be considered the founding fathers of rhetorical discourse.

“Sophists prided themselves on their ability to win any debate on any subject…

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2 Responses to “The Art of Noise Part I”
  1. T says:

    I see I already left a like on the original post but it was good to read it again. Glad to see you post again 🙂

    • accord1 says:

      Thank you Terri, I have been away for a season but thought that this would be a way to reintroduce Accord1 once again. Let’s continue “Building The Bridge Together”

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