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What was the doctrine of ethos?
Last Updated: 8th January, 2020
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Besides, what is the ancient Greek doctrine of ethos?
The ancient Greek 'doctrine ofEthos'encouraged a great change in the previous methods ofmusicinstruction. The doctrine explored the influence ofsound onhuman behavior, character, emotion and moral. Thedoctrinearranged music into separate scales that were statedto havespecific influences on human behavior.
Subsequently, question is, who wrote the doctrine of ethos? Aristotle
Regarding this, what was the most important factor in the doctrine of ethos?
In what has come to be known as the doctrineofethos, the Greeks believed that the right kind of music hadthepower to heal the sick and shape personal character in apositiveway.
What are the three components of ethos?
Aristotle said that ethos consists ofthreesub parts: (1) good moral character, (2) goodsense, (3) goodwill.