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

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1 1, 5 | what they saw as a lesser evil, namely "Gomulkian" representatives. 2 1, 11 | capitulation as a lesser evil, or a tolerable one.~It 3 3, 2 | revolution is a very grave evil, it is usually so above 4 3, 2 | for this kind of social evil are slow. This does not 5 4, 1 | intellectual pugnacity an evil in itself? Do argument pure 6 4, 1 | truth and error, good and evil, and the fittingness of 7 4, 1 | him from the clutches of evil.~It is thus that one can 8 4, 1 | free him from error and evil and give him the possession 9 4, 1 | that he has for error and evil, man does not act like a 10 4, 1 | standpoint, since no passions are evil in themselves; they are 11 4, 1 | anger against error and evil can often increase perspicacity 12 4, 1 | that God permits error and evil is to allow the splendor 13 4, 1 | the existence of error and evil in this world. Now, how 14 4, 1 | error and censurable in evil? It is not enough merely 15 4, 1 | was totally imprisoned by evil.~ ~... In Regard to Persons~ ~ 16 4, 1 | keep souls from error and evil and to attract them to the 17 4 (19)| their proper end. If nothing evil existed in things, the good 18 4 (19)| through comparison with evil, and when we suffer some 19 4 (19)| does not totally exclude evil from things." ‑ St. Thomas 20 4, 1 | frequently require that error and evil be refuted and chastised 21 4, 2 | outlawed as intrinsically evil. Placed under the most severe 22 4, 2 | understand that although error, evil and, consequently, pain 23 4, 2 | faith, considers error, evil, and pain to be absurd contingencies 24 4, 2 | that we can eliminate pain, evil, and error. Otherwise, he 25 4 (24)| Frivolity is always an evil. Elegance and refinement 26 4, 2 | smiles at him like a lesser evil. "And then," he thinks, " 27 4, 2 | society, in eliminating error, evil, and suffering? Perhaps 28 4, 3 | presenting an even greater evil?~· Second point of apathy: 29 4, 3 | ideological controversy is evil, includes ipso facto and 30 4, 3 | truth and error or good and evil. Consequently, irenistic 31 4, 3 | dialogue" acting as an evil star, he would have reached 32 End (26)| there is an even greater evil than war: sin. St. Augustine


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