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interests 6
interference 1
interior 3
interlocution 26
interlocutor 9
interlocutors 7
internal 4
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26 fear
26 forms
26 free
26 interlocution
26 itself
26 many
26 people
Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira
Unperceived Ideol. Transship. and Dial.

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interlocution

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1 4 (13)| serves to designate any interlocution in the broad sense of the 2 4, 1 | emotional warmth inherent to the interlocution in which each party wants 3 4, 1 | Dialogue in the strict senseInterlocution in which each party does 4 4, 1 | Indicates any type of interlocution.~ ~Argument ‑ Interlocution 5 4, 1 | interlocution.~ ~ArgumentInterlocution in which each party tries 6 4, 1 | pugnacity inherent to the interlocution in which each party desires 7 4 (16)| Encyclical all the forms of interlocution between Catholics and non‑ 8 4 (16)| spirit of the encyclical, interlocution, which we here call dialogue 9 4, 1 | factors makes this mode of interlocution similar to a tournament 10 4, 1 | principle, since this mode of interlocution can be abused so easily 11 4, 1 | language proper to each type of interlocution in proportions also infinitely 12 4, 2 | the other modalities of interlocution, the only licit forms of 13 4, 2 | argument-dialogue and other forms of interlocution.~This ecumenism is amply 14 4, 2 | attitude is adopted that interlocution in its various modes including 15 4, 3 | forms and contents of the interlocution between persons of opposite 16 4, 3 | other "irenicized" forms of interlocution.~The talismanic word thus 17 4, 3 | encompasses the three forms of interlocution mentioned above (argument‑ 18 4, 3 | existentialist.~Thus all the forms of interlocution susceptible to irenic impregnation ( 19 4, 3 | Until now, the objective of interlocution under the pressure of irenicism 20 4, 3 | arguing and even call their interlocution "argument. " However, argument-dialogue 21 4, 3 | still call the types of interlocution "argument," but in reality 22 4, 3 | common with this mode of interlocution.~The talismanic word dialogue 23 4 (25)| Hegelian phase, all forms of interlocution between persons of different 24 4 (25)| each one of these modes of interlocution, to the degree it is impregnated 25 App1 | EMOTION~~IN THE OBJECT~~OF THE INTERLOCUTION~~~~The irenistic interlocutor 26 App1 | that the supreme end of interlocution is not truth but unity.~~~~


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