„Did that sound like a rhetorical question? It wasn't. I want you to answer it, capisce? Now, THAT was a rhetorical question! See the difference?“

Quelle: Quotes From Judge Judy Cases, Dress, Stand, and/or Speak Properly

Übernommen aus Wikiquote. Letzte Aktualisierung 1. Dezember 2021. Geschichte
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Judith Sheindlin44
American lawyer, judge, television personality, and author 1942

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„“What’s that all about?” Golden said to his wife, a rhetorical question. She looked at him and said nothing, a non-rhetorical answer.“

—  Ursula K. Le Guin American writer 1929 - 2018

“Darkrose and Diamond” (p. 125)
Earthsea Books, Tales from Earthsea (2001)

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„There's just one person who's allowed to ask, or answer, rhetorical questions in my courtroom -- and that's me! Understand? No, don't answer! There you go again.“

—  Judith Sheindlin American lawyer, judge, television personality, and author 1942

Quelle: Quotes From Judge Judy Cases, Dress, Stand, and/or Speak Properly

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„The rhetorical question, the stock-in-trade weapon ay burds and psychos.“

—  Irvine Welsh, buch Trainspotting

Tommy, "Relapsing: Scotland Takes Drugs in Psychic Defense" (Chapter 2, Story 1).
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„If you look at things like Google Now also. Maybe you want to just have [a question] answered for you before you ask it.“

—  Larry Page American computer scientist and Internet entrepreneur 1973

theguardian.com http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2014/jul/07/google-founders-larry-page-sergey-brin-interview.

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„Besides the ‘how many?’ question, Empedocles seems to be answering two other ancient questions: ‘How did the world come to be as it now is?’ and ‘How did it come to have the creatures that it now has?’. [...] His answers are subtle and intricate.“

—  Catherine Rowett Professor of Philosophy at the University of East Anglia (born 1956) 1956

Quelle: Presocratic Philosophy: A Very Short Introduction (2004), Ch. 1 : Lost words, forgotten worlds

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„On seeing his shadow fall on such ancient rocks, he had to question himself in a different context and ask the same old question as before, "Who am I?", and the answer now came more emphatically than ever before, "No-one."“

—  R.S. Thomas Welsh poet 1913 - 2000

But a no-one with a crown of light about his head. He would remember a verse from Pindar: "Man is a dream about a shadow. But when some splendour falls upon him from God, a glory comes to him and his life is sweet."
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„I often start with a question as big and unwieldy as why do we have children – or what are we investing in when we love and raise our children; it’s a process of looking for structures – images or rhetorical figures – that will contain my questions.“

—  Gregory Pardlo American writer 1968

On writing poetry in “Gregory Pardlo: How I Write” https://www.writermag.com/writing-inspiration/author-interviews/gregory-pardlo-how-i-write/ in The Writer (2019 Jul 17)

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„Thus the true philosophy is rhetoric, and the true rhetoric is philosophy, a philosophy which does not need an “external” rhetoric to convince, and a rhetoric that does not need an “external” content of verity.“

—  Ernesto Grassi Italian philosopher 1902 - 1991

Quelle: Rhetoric as Philosophy (1980), pp. 31-32
Kontext: In the second part of the Phaedrus Plato attempts to clarify the nature of “true” rhetoric. … it does not arise from a posterior unity which presupposes the duality of ratio and passio, but illuminates and influences the passions through its original, imaginative characters. Thus philosophy is not a posterior synthesis of pathos and logos but the original unity of the two under the power of the original archai. Plato sees true rhetoric as psychology which can fulfill its truly “moving” function only if it masters original images [eide]. Thus the true philosophy is rhetoric, and the true rhetoric is philosophy, a philosophy which does not need an “external” rhetoric to convince, and a rhetoric that does not need an “external” content of verity.

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„My works are not just rhetorical, except in the sense that all art is rhetorical. I believe in beauty.“

—  Gerhard Richter German visual artist, born 1932 1932

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„Why do people always expect authors to answer questions? I am an author because I want to ask questions. If I had answers, I'd be a politician.“

—  Eugéne Ionesco Romanian playwright 1909 - 1994

As quoted in The Writer's Quotation Book : A Literary Companion (1980) by James Charlton, p. 44

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