Tag Archives: autophasia
Heads I win, tails you lose, to the never mind, When to draw the line. — Draw The Line, Aerosmith The rhetorical device, or Greek figure of speech, is autophasia. Autophasia is extremely similar to a catch 22, where either way, you’re … Continue reading
We are getting into semantics, again. If we use words, there is a grave danger they will be misinterpreted. -H.R. Haldeman The Greek figure and/or rhetorical device is catch 22, as the there is no way to not use words. … Continue reading
People want economy and they will pay any price to get it. -Lee Iacocca The Greek figure and/or rhetorical device is autophasia (autophagia) because of the conflict that occurs. ExplainThisBS.blogspot.com & QuotesFamous.wordpress.com weren’t the source for this quote, but could have been? Click … Continue reading
Most overnight successes have 1 thing in common: Years of hard work before that single night.