Aren’t eloquence and persuasion the same thing?
Seriously? You're on the internet. The internet has dictionaries. USE ONE.
No. Eloquence is the art of expressing something well. Persuasion is the art of changing minds. Eloquence is a tool of persuasion. But so is a gun.
The google definition is not accurate. Eloquence is the fluent use of language. Eloquence can be used to be persuasive, but dull repetition can be persuasive too. .
Not at all. Invest in a dictionary or thesaurus.
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No. I think eloquent is closer to being described as articulate and compelling. Persuasion can be attempted in a very ineloquent way.
Yes, there are contexts where they might overlap a little, but they are most certainly not 'the same thing'. Please READ more, and use a dictionary.
No. Eloquence refers to the style of expression whereas persuasion refers to the effort to persuade or convince someone of something.
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Lois Griffin: google definition: eloquence
google definition: eloquence: fluent or persuasive speaking or writing.
Nope, you don’t need one to do the other. Even the most eloquent speech will persuade everyone.