AP English Language and Composition 10.6 Passage Drill

AP English Language and Composition 10.6 Passage Drill. The rhetorical reason for referring to Moses and the Decalogue is most likely to what?

AP English Language and CompositionPassage Drill
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Rhetorical Function, Strategy, and PurposeRhetorical Function

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right by each other When you think we do that

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All right we're skins All right the rhetorical reason for

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referring to moses and the deck a log line fifty

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two fifty three There is most likely tio what And

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here the pendulums that what is that purpose of that

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line there Fine Well why would the author make a

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biblical reference and then talk about students of history Is

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he implying the bible's historical fact Well actually the paragraph

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has very little to do with religion It's overall just

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is that moses himself didn't write the deck log a

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ten commandments They were instead written collectively by the community

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of israel lights And like how mission statements are written

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collectively by bureaucrats Well he's not making some figurative argument

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about permanence of laws or trying to tie ecology too

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biblical tradition the ancient is realized probably didn't have much

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to say about modern land used and the passage isn't

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trying to reconcile old arguments between science and religion or

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imply that land ethics came down from above The bible

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has no book of landscape What the author is really

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saying is that moses was a public spirited guy Who's

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summarized a lot of people's good ideas and gave seminars

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kind of a biblical tony robbins Because ethical laws emerged

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from communities making c correct now don't you feel enlightened

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like paul writing to the romans Or like a teenager 00:01:48.475 --> [endTime] who got a question right That's good too