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

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error

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1 3, 2 | misfortune of those who are in error such as heretics, Jews, 2 3 (10)| the enormous gravity of error or revolt against the Church, 3 3, 2 | placed at the service of error are: social justice, ecumenism, 4 4, 1 | objective existence of truth and error, good and evil, and the 5 4, 1 | free him from the snares of error, and lead him to love the 6 4, 1 | to another: free him from error and evil and give him the 7 4, 1 | violent love that he has for error and evil, man does not act 8 4, 1 | that holy anger against error and evil can often increase 9 4, 1 | reasons that God permits error and evil is to allow the 10 4, 1 | caused by the existence of error and evil in this world. 11 4, 1 | denouncement of everything false in error and censurable in evil? 12 4, 1 | as to point out only his error and sin, without unnecessarily 13 4, 1 | both to keep souls from error and evil and to attract 14 4, 1 | frequently require that error and evil be refuted and 15 4, 2 | intellectually nor morally, or whose error is so slight that a cordial 16 4, 2 | understand that although error, evil and, consequently, 17 4, 2 | light of faith, considers error, evil, and pain to be absurd 18 4, 2 | eliminate pain, evil, and error. Otherwise, he would be 19 4, 2 | society, in eliminating error, evil, and suffering? Perhaps 20 4, 3 | charity for those who are in error. He treats them with unjust 21 4, 3 | uncharitable Catholic, and his "error" as the only one for which 22 4, 3 | no mercy: the tremendous "error" of being "ultraCatholic." 23 4, 3 | someone accused of such an "error:" campaign of silence, ostracism, 24 4, 3 | while imputing objective error to the other.~Logically, 25 4, 3 | and vicious attachment to error.~This results in a repercussion 26 4, 3 | objective truth or objective error and that everything is relative.~ 27 4, 3 | differences as having truth and error on both sides and being 28 4, 3 | objective truth and objective error. This is because what is 29 4, 3 | antagonism between truth and error or good and evil. Consequently, 30 App1 | that objective truth and error exist, that it is necessary 31 App1 | existence of objective truth and error and the necessity of persuading; 32 App1 | neither objective truth nor error (relativism), and thus it


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