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The logic methods and the power structure of speeches

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  1. Introduction
  2. Power structure of speeches
  3. The will and the duty
  4. Pleasure as a means and as an end
  5. Conclusion

Several called social discourse, that is, speeches whose recipient is a public. The scientific discourse, legal discourse, political discourse, media discourse, the advertising discourse, religious discourse, the artistic discourse, pedagogic discourse, among others, are all examples of speeches aimed at the general public.

Therefore, we can say that the activities that characterize the - science, art, religion, politics, journalism, advertising, teaching, law - are public activities.

Each of these activities has a different social role assigned to it by the company. The specific social function of each activity, that is, mode of action, the purpose and the target audience of this activity, determines certain characteristics typical of his speeches, certain constants and constraints that set a standard, that is, a model to be followed by any discourse produced by such activity.

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