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

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1 Intro, 4 | the universe, of life, of man, of culture, of economics, 2 1, 4 | and unique conception of man, economics, society, politics, 3 1, 4 | this imposition affects man as a whole, in all aspects 4 1, 9 | A. Fear~ ~Man's instinct of selfpreservation 5 2, 5 | so easily produced by man's tendency to envy and revolt ‑ 6 3 (10)| Christ, true God and true man, Redeemer of the human race, 7 4, 1 | fittingness of logic to lead man to the understanding of 8 4, 1 | To change them causes a man to undergo painful transformations 9 4, 1 | has for error and evil, man does not act like a cold 10 4, 1 | machine when arguing. Thus man, when arguing, engages himself 11 4, 1 | conversation.~We just saw that man's passions have a legitimate 12 4, 1 | of opinion can cause for man. Man frequently hesitates 13 4, 1 | opinion can cause for man. Man frequently hesitates when 14 4, 1 | the person's dignity as a man and ultimately as a Christian.~ 15 4 (19)| are ordered to the good of man as their proper end. If 16 4 (19)| existed in things, the good of man would be greatly diminished 17 4, 2 | no positive conception of man, life, and the universe. 18 4, 2 | upon which it is based.~Man, created for the earthly 19 4, 2 | end of the aspirations of man, whom God has invited to 20 4, 2 | force deep down in every man. He feels this force always, 21 4, 2 | force for the ennoblement of man in every aspect. It invites 22 4, 2 | and wisdom. The end of man and his glorious, complete, 23 4, 2 | He thinks it natural for man to rise up against this 24 4, 2 | efforts. He is the "worldly" man par excellence, since he 25 4 (24)| themselves, and if the frivolous man is one type of the worldly 26 4 (24)| the elegant and refined man is not necessarily so.~ 27 4, 3 | irenic apostle.~The average man sees the irenic apostle 28 4, 3 | would be the only purpose of man's endeavors.~This mirage, 29 4, 3 | the power of suggestion of man's deepest desires, is such 30 4, 3 | relativistic conception of man, life and the cosmos.~From 31 4, 3 | complete relativistic vision of man, society, and the universe.~ 32 End (26)| only an insane or soulless man can be indifferent to such 33 End, 8 | HEART WILL TRIUMPH!"~ ~ ~MAN ALIENATED (ESTRANGED) BY 34 End, 8 | ULTIMATE END: TO HAVE MAN COMPLETELY ALIEN~ATED TO 35 App1 | explication of the myth: man's good will is such that 36 App1 | explication of the myth: the man of good will realizes that 37 App2 | ideal that the imaginary man at the poolside considers 38 App2 | terminology misleads the average man‑on‑the‑street. With their


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