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

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1 3, 2| attractive. Thus, the lecturers, speakers, or writers who use these 2 4, 1| elaboration that two or more speakers, proceeding by questions 3 4, 1| is either such that the speakers do not intend to change 4 4, 1| investigation);~ ~2. Or, that the speakers differ on a certain subject 5 4, 1| dialogue:~ ~1. When the speakers do not aim to change each 6 4, 1| emotional attitude of the speakers generally has a different 7 4, 1| taking into account only the speakers who argue or debate. When 8 4, 3| beginning the process, the speakers desire to convince each 9 4, 3| fermentation can be observed in speakers disposed to argue. This 10 4, 3| only be satisfied when the speakers have finally reached a completely 11 4, 3| emotional point of view, the speakers are thus already potentially 12 4, 3| with regard to ideas.~The speakers still admit the existence 13 4, 3| emotional state of the two speakers.~There is a conflict, then, 14 4, 3| in relations between the speakers. The conquest of truth through 15 4, 3| dialogue, the irenistic speakers come to underestimate the 16 4, 3| of cordiality. Thus the speakers conduct dialogue to produce 17 4, 3| relations between the irenical speakers corresponds to a new stage 18 4, 3| types of relations between speakers susceptible to irenistic 19 4, 3| truth. To achieve this, the speakers both decide that there is 20 4, 3| relationship between the speakers consequently changes.~Once 21 4, 3| becomes impossible; when the speakers deal with the matter in 22 4, 3| relativist transformation of the speakers' relationship now effects 23 4, 3| final consequences, the speakers are no longer content with


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