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

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1 4, 3| concreto.~Let us imagine a Thomist and an existentialist who 2 4, 3| for their differences, the Thomist identifies himself with 3 4, 3| existentialist disagrees with the Thomist position. Each wants to 4 4, 3| imagine further that the Thomist, desiring to convince the 5 4, 3| overcomes his zeal, and our Thomist begins to desire unity more 6 4, 3| procedure followed by the Thomist. If the existentialist's 7 4, 3| becoming aggravated. The Thomist then presumes that his interlocutor 8 4, 3| In argumentdialogue our Thomist, because of irenicism, will 9 4, 3| pacifist myth, accentuating our Thomist's irenic ardor and drawing 10 4, 3| talismanic word "dialogue," our Thomist wants to convey the irenistic 11 4, 3| atmosphere.~But now the irenical Thomist begins to see things differently. 12 4, 3| things in this way, our Thomist continues to dialogue. But 13 4, 3| Thomism." In this way our Thomist tries to decorate the austere 14 4, 3| born.~Our inventive, irenic Thomist understands that a common 15 4, 3| crusade" without a cross, our Thomist is clearly not an irenicist 16 4, 3| existentialism.~Our irenistic Thomist still has one fear. He is 17 4, 3| connivance with some unlucky Thomist brothers who are fighting 18 4, 3| the talismanic word, our Thomist takes another step in his 19 4, 3| has already ceased to be a Thomist, except for the fact that 20 4, 3| in reality nothing of the Thomist remains. Perhaps without 21 4, 3| investigation.~Further, this Thomist who is no longer a Thomist 22 4, 3| Thomist who is no longer a Thomist may still call the types 23 4, 3| irenistic cravings in our Thomist, the euphoria of dialoging 24 4, 3| Concrete example: The irenical Thomist in our example cannot, in 25 4, 3| this clash the remedy? Our Thomist is only too happy to answer 26 4, 3| syntheses.~Our irenical Thomist now sees Thomism itself 27 4, 3| still considers himself Thomist. Perhaps he also undertakes 28 4, 3| the talismanic word, our Thomist has been transformed into 29 4, 3| Thomism.~How surprised our Thomist would have been in the beginning


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