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mysi 1
mysl 1
mystification 2
myth 30
mythical 6
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30 communists
30 desire
30 first
30 myth
30 party
30 state
29 action
Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira
Unperceived Ideol. Transship. and Dial.

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myth

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1 1 (4)| This is a well‑known myth, already present in the 2 4, 3 | affinity with the anarchist myth inherent to Marxism we already 3 4, 3 | used to insinuate that the myth of a regenerative, collectivist, 4 4, 3 | desirable, and viable. This myth is the pole towards which 5 4, 3 | increasingly identified with this myth.~ ~b) Second Effect ‑ the 6 4, 3 | appeal of the irenistic myth.~The talismanic dialogue ( 7 4, 3 | seductions of the pacifist myth, accentuating our Thomist' 8 4, 3 | talismanic word ‑the irenic mythuses the talismanic word 9 4, 3 | dialogue approaches the myth of the era of good will, 10 4, 3 | impregnated with the irenistic myth, will essentially be a cordial " 11 4, 3 | fascinated by the irenic myth and soaring on the wings 12 End, 8 | and more. The irenistic myth and the fearsympathy syndrome 13 End, 8 | the real meaning of the myth in the talismanic word, 14 End, 8 | explicit.~For most people the myth, brought to mind and insinuated 15 End, 8 | first of all discover the myth incubated in its many meanings.~ 16 End, 8 | manifest itself. The irenic myth exists in the mind of its 17 End, 8 | explicitness, the irenic myth, incubated in the most radical 18 End, 8 | characterize, and expose the myth.~The process of unmasking 19 End, 8 | process of unmasking the myth consists in dealing with 20 End, 8 | relativistic and Hegelian irenic myth is the magical force of 21 End, 8 | word itself, but from a myth placed behind it. The closer 22 End, 8 | closer the word comes to the myth, the more luminous it becomes; 23 End, 8 | an observer exposes the myth, he can "exorcise" the talismanic 24 End, 8 | discovery. By making the myth explicit, he will provide 25 End, 8 | themselves against it.~Once the myth has been exposed, its influence 26 App1 | IN MAKING THE~~IRENISTIC MYTH EXPLICIT~~~~First explication 27 App1 | First explication of the myth: all men are of good will; 28 App1 | Second explication of the myth: man's good will is such 29 App1 | Third explication of the myth: the man of good will realizes 30 App1 | Total explication of the myth: for men of good will, progress


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