Latin, meaning: persuasive discourse.
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(Latin) speeches which would propose a course of action in a historical event or mythological event; these speeches were given as training exercises in the process of learning declamatio; often these speeches on historical events would be crafted and given long after the event had taken place; speakers learning suasoria would generally be in traini
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Suasoria is an exercise in rhetoric; a form of declamation in which the student makes a speech which is the soliloquy of an historical figure debating how to proceed at a critical junction in their life. ==Origin== The exercise was used in ancient Rome, where it was, with the controversia, the final stage of a course in rhetoric at an academy. One
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