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Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira
Unperceived Ideol. Transship. and Dial.

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1 Intro, 3 | knowledge of an appealing "truth," or constellation of "truths," 2 1, 5 | America (cf. "The Whole Truth About the Elections in Chile," 3 3 (10)| separated from us. The whole truth of the situation of non‑ 4 4 (16)| the message of religious truth ought to resound with greater 5 4, 1 | the way to conquer the truth and the good~ ~It is necessary 6 4, 1 | the objective existence of truth and error, good and evil, 7 4, 1 | to the understanding of truth and free him from the snares 8 4, 1 | him the possession of the truth and the good.~ ~c) The influence 9 4, 1 | love that he has for the truth, or by the miserable, tormented, 10 4, 1 | of a fiery zeal for the truth and the good.~ ~d) Factors 11 4, 1 | naturally begins to realize the truth of a thesis, finding it 12 4, 1 | often helps to perceive the truth. The persuasiveness of a 13 4, 1 | Necessary to Demonstrate the Truth~ ~To show how much a thesis 14 4, 1 | between the ideas whose truth he glimpses and the life 15 4, 1 | attachments. The light of truth and the good odor of virtue 16 4, 1 | inviting him to return to the truth and the good. If the attack 17 4, 1 | neutralized, but their love of the truth and the good can be increased 18 4, 1 | means for the elucidation of truth in human convivium. One 19 4, 2 | would come a new relative "truth," superseding all others, 20 4, 3 | to conquer the other for truth. They will thus achieve 21 4, 3 | legitimately as the fruit of truth and which therefore cannot 22 4, 3 | except through possession of truth.~ ~First Phase ‑ Hypertrophy 23 4, 3 | existence of an objective truth which each supposes himself 24 4, 3 | parties desire unity more than truth.~As a consequence of these 25 4, 3 | aim principally to obtain truth, and through that, unity; 26 4, 3 | speakers. The conquest of truth through argument is only 27 4, 3 | identifies himself with truth and reason. The existentialist 28 4, 3 | to desire unity more than truth in his argument with the 29 4, 3 | obstacle to accepting the truth is resentment, the main 30 4, 3 | and only secondarily at truth.~He will call this type 31 4, 3 | diminish the desire for truth. In the third phase, the 32 4, 3 | differences in order to obtain truth. To achieve this, the speakers 33 4, 3 | that there is no objective truth or objective error and that 34 4, 3 | these differences as having truth and error on both sides 35 4, 3 | Ultimately, he sees one global "truth," as completely relative, 36 4, 3 | the concepts of objective truth and objective error. This 37 4, 3 | universe.~In this phase truth, already accepted as something 38 4, 3 | that decantation of the truth will take place through 39 4, 3 | absolute antagonism between truth and error or good and evil. 40 4, 3 | elevation of both to a "truth" on a higher level.25~ ~ 41 4, 3 | formulations in which, to him, "truth" appears to reside.~Above 42 4, 3 | distillation of "truths" and "truth."~Well understood, contrary 43 4, 3 | of the formulations of "truth' contributing fragrant doctrinal 44 End, 1 | on the recognition of the truth and the good as absolute, 45 End, 1 | doctrine as a relative "truth" ‑ a thesis with a dialectical 46 End, 1 | ultimate and definitive truth but only a moment within 47 End, 2 | fabricated from the fragments of truth in each one and despoiled 48 App1 | begrudgingly, that objective truth and error exist, that it 49 App1 | the existence of objective truth and error and the necessity 50 App1 | of interlocution is not truth but unity.~~~~The irenistic 51 App1 | there is neither objective truth nor error (relativism), 52 App1 | mistakes are not substantial. Truth is relative; cordiality 53 App1 | will, progress in unity and truth is obtained through the


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