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

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1 Intro, 1| point of legitimate residual meaning. Furthermore, it is used 2 Intro, 2| misrepresentation impressed us, the meaning of this same distortion 3 Intro, 2| word's varied and enigmatic meaning became clear.~So the importance 4 2, 5 | has an intrinsically bad meaning. However, they can be easily 5 3, 2 | a word whose legitimate meaning is congenial and, at times, 6 3, 2 | with a slightly deformed meaning, or applaud its use as if 7 3, 3 | of the word. Keeping its meaning obstinately implicit, the 8 3, 4 | Charged with a Talismanic Meaning~ ~We are not suggesting 9 3, 4 | the word with talismanic meaning, but simply that it be used 10 4, 1 | towards the first talismanic meaning occurs;~‑ to describe how 11 4, 1 | components of the legitimate meaning in which the first distortion 12 4, 1 | these words changes their meaning, with the result that persons 13 4, 1 | perceptible variations of meaning at times occur.~Incidentally, 14 4, 1 | determining precisely which meaning it is to have (see "Dialectique," 15 4, 1 | easy to see how a different meaning corresponds to each of these 16 4, 1 | at the lack of some other meaning of dialogue in ours.~Indeed, 17 4, 1 | dialogos is composed of dia, meaning "separation" or "disjunction," 18 4, 1 | disjunction," and logos, meaning "word." Thus "dialogue" 19 4, 1 | the broad and etymological meaning already analyzed, let a 20 4, 1 | already analyzed, let a strict meaning of the word thus be formed 21 4, 1 | corresponds to the ordinary meaning of the word "argument" ‑‑ 22 4, 2 | maintain the natural and proper meaning of his belief against the 23 4, 2 | This life has a fundamental meaning of trial, struggle, and 24 4, 2 | normally have a legitimate meaning of struggle, trial, and 25 4, 2 | expiation; it can only have a meaning of soft and agreeable peace. 26 4, 3 | with its ordinary and usual meaning, and thus it shines in his 27 4, 3 | this quest for the ultimate meaning, "dialogue" evolves to become 28 4, 3 | correspondingly modifying also the meaning of the talismanic word.~ 29 4, 3 | emotionality distorts the meaning of argument-dialogue by 30 4, 3 | Dialogueinvestigation: Meaning of the Talismanic Word Is 31 4, 3 | impress a new and broadened meaning on the talismanic word. 32 4, 3 | them the same talismanic meaning incubated in argumentdialogue 33 4, 3 | an Entirely Relativistic Meaning~ ~The two previous phases 34 4, 3 | being simply irenistic, the meaning of this word becomes relativistic; 35 4, 3 | Talismanic Word Assumes the Meaning of Hegelian "Play"~ ~In 36 End, 2 | clearly has an excellent meaning in itself (cf. Ch. IV, 2, 37 End, 2 | susceptible of an irenic meaning. Once all religions are 38 End, 8 | must keep hidden the real meaning of the myth in the talismanic 39 End, 8 | CONDITIONED TO ACCEPT~THE PRIMARY MEANING OF ALIENATION~(DEPENDENCE 40 App1 | with mythicalirenistic meaning and talismanic efficacy, 41 App1 | with mythicalirenistic meaning and talismanic efficacy, 42 App1 | with mythicalirenistic meaning and talismanic efficacy, 43 App2 | incentives to the search for meaning."~This theme of a "search


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