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

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1 1, 5 | s ageold substratum of common sense opposes to Marxism. 2 1, 5 | communism clashes with this common sense. In Christian societies, 3 1 (5)| interests are ultimately common to all Marxists, whether 4 1, 10 | confused with the noble desire, common to all upright minds, to 5 2, 4 | cooperation in achieving goals common to the patient and his former 6 2, 6 | the human person and the common good. As the steam roller 7 4, 1 | phenomenon is not confined to common usage, since in philosophical 8 4, 1 | SimpleEmotional warmth common to the pugnacity inherent 9 4, 1 | boisterous.~ ~n) Characteristic common to the many meanings of " 10 4, 1 | influenced by the irenicism common in our times will feel an 11 4, 2 | relativism, the most powerful common enemy of all religions.~ ~ 12 4, 2 | are all corollaries of one common principle: the evolution 13 4, 2 | proletarians, they have a common denominator precisely in 14 4, 3 | into focusing on what is common to both Thomism and existentialism 15 4, 3 | Thomist understands that a common enmity is at times the best 16 4, 3 | reality they have nothing in common with this mode of interlocution.~ 17 4, 3 | view" of Saint Thomas: the common doctor seen inside out.~ 18 End, 8 | values derived from universal common sense or the Christian legacy.~


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