The advertisement for the Fifth International Summer School, attempts to persuade the reader to join a lecture series whose goal is to “create the ideal human life”. The advertisement breaks its argument down into five sections of reasoning for why the readers should come to the summer school. The five reasons include; philosophy, science, religion, social service and art. The inclusion of these words attempts to persuade the reader that the summer school would cover a broad base of topics, thus expanding the value. Art stood out the most of all of these terms.
One of the questions stated in the article that was going to be addressed at the lectures was whether “there are permanent laws in Art?” This is an especially profound question to ask the readers of a feminist magazine. Art has followed very definable trends and spontaneous evolution in style, with the previous generation of artist and art resisting the advancement of the form. In the same way the feminist movement was ready to change the rules of the game, but they were experience the resistance of the old laws. The combination of words which portray value and questions which appeal to the audience of the magazine the author attempts to persuade the reader to attend the fifth international Summer School.