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38 phase
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36 meanings
36 point
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Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira
Unperceived Ideol. Transship. and Dial.

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investigation

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1 4, 1 | collaboration of the parties for the investigation or analysis of a matter 2 4, 1 | insufficiently (dialogueinvestigation);~ ~2. Or, that the speakers 3 4, 1 | in the case of "dialogueinvestigation;" but as some accidental 4 4, 1 | differences can arise during the investigation, some passing tension might 5 4 (14)| and especially argumentinvestigation, dialogueentertainment 6 4, 1 | dialogue-entertainment" and "dialogueinvestigation").~What is the position 7 4 (15)| If dialogueinvestigation includes occasional disagreements, 8 4 (15)| from argument? Dialogueinvestigation does not examine a subject 9 4 (15)| relative to some aspect of investigation. The object of argument 10 4, 1 | continuous relaxation.~ ~DialogueinvestigationAims to investigate, study, 11 4, 1 | dialogue-entertainment and dialogueinvestigation, to which an emotional attitude 12 4 (16)| entertainment and dialogueinvestigation) the three modes of argument 13 4, 3 | from pugnacity as dialogueinvestigation and dialogueentertainment.~ 14 4, 3 | Entertainment and Dialogueinvestigation: Meaning of the Talismanic 15 4, 3 | legitimately include dialogues of investigation about other matters, and 16 4, 3 | make their dialogues of investigation and entertainment more irenist, 17 4, 3 | dialogues of entertainment and investigation? In these types of dialogue, 18 4, 3 | purpose of entertainment and investigation and to irenistically overestimate 19 4, 3 | affections, and entertainment and investigation come to serve as mere pretexts.~ 20 4, 3 | entertainment and dialogueinvestigation, while considering argument‑ 21 4, 3 | entertainment and dialogueinvestigation can be forms of relations 22 4, 3 | argumentdialogue, dialogues of investigation and entertainment) and begins 23 4, 3 | entertainment and dialogueinvestigation) seemed to him extrinsic 24 4, 3 | him the opportunities for investigation or entertainment no longer 25 4, 3 | these opportunities for investigation and entertainment now come 26 4, 3 | dialogues of entertainment and investigation over argumentdialogue.~ ~ 27 4, 3 | are inherent to dialogueinvestigation (Chap. IV, 1, B, j).~This 28 4, 3 | entertainment and dialogueinvestigation.~As the talismanic word 29 4, 3 | entertainment and dialogueinvestigation.~Further, this Thomist who 30 4, 3 | of mere entertainment and investigation, dialogue begins to be practiced 31 4 (25)| entertainment, dialogueinvestigation, argumentdialogue, discussion 32 App1 | tolerated.~~ ~~~~Dialogueinvestigation and dialogueentertainment 33 App1 | is extended to dialogueinvestigation and ialogue‑entertainment 34 App1 | is extended to dialogueinvestigation and dialogueentertainment 35 App1 | to include only dialogueinvestigation and dialogueentertainment, 36 App1 | is extended to dialogueinvestigation and dialogueentertainment


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