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

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1 Intro (1)| word in a very sui generis sense, as he did not take the 2 Intro, 4 | ideological in the strict sense of the term.~The process 3 Intro, 4 | in the diminutae rationis sense of the word.~We thought 4 1, 5 | old substratum of common sense opposes to Marxism. The 5 1, 5 | clashes with this common sense. In Christian societies, 6 1 (5) | with the keenest critical sense.~Indeed, if it is true that 7 2 (6) | use them in the current sense given to them by demagogy ‑ 8 3 (10) | brothers in an even nobler sense. No matter how deep and 9 3, 4 | its natural and legitimate sense.~ ~ ~ ~ 10 4, 1 | about dialogue in the broad sense, the value of which will 11 4 (13) | interlocution in the broad sense of the term.~ 12 4, 1 | k) Dialogue in the Broad Sense, the Strict Sense, and Argument~ ~ 13 4, 1 | Broad Sense, the Strict Sense, and Argument~ ~The word " 14 4, 1 | of dialogue in the broad sense. "Argument" is the contrary 15 4, 1 | dialogue" in the strict sense of the word, just as the 16 4, 1 | of dialogue in the strict sense. But since each speaker 17 4, 1 | a dialogue in the strict sense. This mode of "argument" 18 4, 1 | resembles dialogue in the strict sense only in something accidental, 19 4, 1 | is not only in the broad sense that the term "dialogue" 20 4, 1 | of dialogue in the strict sense to this mode of argument. 21 4, 1 | Dialogue in the strict senseInterlocution in which 22 4, 1 | the broad and etymological sense ‑ Indicates any type of 23 4, 1 | to dialogue in the strict sense.~ ~Argument Pure and Simple ‑ 24 4, 1 | when taken in the broad sense, "dialogue" obviously carries 25 4, 1 | a dialogue in the strict sense, a note of pugnacity being 26 4 (16) | preparatory and explicative sense that we concern ourselves 27 4 (16) | call dialogue in the broad sense (lato sensu), comprises 28 4 (17) | In this sense, see what Saint Thomas Aquinas 29 4, 1 | merely dialogue in the strict sense (or to argumentdialogue) 30 4, 1 | real atony of its Catholic sense or moral sensibility. Here 31 4, 1 | militant, in the fullest sense of the word, is inherent 32 4 (20) | word used in a pejorative sense, as if all hagiography were 33 4 (22) | word "irenicism" not in the sense of a temperate love and 34 4 (24) | not used here in its usual sense, that is, of a person excessively 35 4 (24) | type of the worldly in our sense of the word, the elegant 36 4, 3 | used in a new and special sense only indirectly related 37 4, 3 | unconditionality. This makes sense, for if all our separated 38 4, 3 | on an ireno ‑talismanic sense that glows with all the 39 4 (25) | impregnated with a "Indic" sense has an extrinsic resemblance 40 4 (25) | taken in its legitimate sense (cf. Chap. IV, 1, B).~Once 41 End, 6 | evolutionist and Hegelian sense, the enigmatic character 42 End, 7 | inspired by the opportunistic sense of communism and formulated 43 End, 8 | derived from universal common sense or the Christian legacy.~ 44 App2 | people ... who have a strong sense of community and sense of 45 App2 | strong sense of community and sense of connection with other


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