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

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1 1, 9 | unconsciously influenced by a desire to surrender nearly everything 2 1, 10 | confused with the noble desire, common to all upright minds, 3 1, 10 | by inducing the West to desire a semicommunist regime 4 2, 5 | propaganda, a disorderly desire for a state of affairs without 5 2, 5 | and finally, to anxiously desire the abolition of all countries 6 3, 2 | frequently give up the impatient desire for immediate results. This 7 3, 2 | immediate results. This desire, in effect, exposes us to 8 4 (19)| understanding, as well as his desire for or love of good. Good 9 4 (19)| we suffer some evils we desire the good more ardently: 10 4 (19)| goodness of health, and desire it more ardently than the 11 4 (22)| forcefully impelled by an ardent desire to break the barriers which 12 4, 2 | In fact, the exacerbated desire for unanimous, universal, 13 4, 2 | deep down feels a living desire for those conditions which 14 4, 2 | Catholic morality, this desire of the paradisiacal constitutes 15 4, 2 | main characteristics: the desire to be supreme in his sphere, 16 4, 2 | with all the impetus of his desire for a paradise on earth, 17 4, 3 | they have not the least desire to free themselves, as if 18 4, 3 | the process, the speakers desire to convince each other through 19 4, 3 | consists in an ardent emotional desire for universal concord of 20 4, 3 | of human relations.~This desire is such that it will only 21 4, 3 | realizing it, the parties desire unity more than truth.~As 22 4, 3 | also an ardent irenistic desire for union.~At a certain 23 4, 3 | At a certain point this desire overcomes his zeal, and 24 4, 3 | and our Thomist begins to desire unity more than truth in 25 4, 3 | the supreme, unconditional desire for unity existing in the 26 4, 3 | the same time diminish the desire for truth. In the third 27 4, 3 | In the third phase, the desire for unity induces the interlocutors 28 4, 3 | increases the intensity of the desire for unity and thus prepares 29 4, 3 | phase, the interlocutors now desire to structure a complete 30 End (26)| reprimanded in war is the desire to do harm, the cruelty


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