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* Visual rhetoric is a definition of the world and/or a specific kind of knowledge. What we "know" is actually determined by how information is presented to us and visual rhetoric is the perception of fact through outside knowledge. I know what Paris looks like only because I have seen pictures and have read descriptions of it. In the Kress chapter, how the two young scientists perceived and defined the onion cell as it had been explained to them by their teachers. Text and pictures overlap to define, while fulfilling distinct roles, to create a knowledge base that may or may not be ultimately correct.