I would define eloquence as saying the right thing in the right way with a sense of ease. An eloquent person, then, is someone who often or almost always speaks eloquently.
In this introductory episode, I speak with my partner Alexandra about what it was like for her to grow up without being able to think clearly or to speak with a sense of ease. We go on to discuss what obstacle stood in the way of her becoming more eloquent. We conclude by noting the close connection between doing philosophy and speaking well.
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