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dialogue 289
dialogue-entertainment 2
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Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira
Unperceived Ideol. Transship. and Dial.

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1 Intro, 1 | meanings given to the word dialogue in certain circles has sounded 2 Intro, 1 | press commentaries the word dialogue is used in an artificial 3 Intro, 1 | diversiform twisting of the word dialogue had an underlying consistency 4 Intro, 1 | the feeling that, besides dialogue, this included other words 5 Intro, 2 | had heard or read about dialogue. Thus, the word's varied 6 Intro, 2 | and especially of the word dialogue, as artifices of psychological 7 Intro (1)| Ideological Transshipment and Dialogue has also crossed the Iron 8 Intro (1)| Ideological Transshipment and Dialogue could do it serious harm 9 Intro, 4 | specifically, describe how the term dialogue is used to make innumerable 10 3, 2 | social justice, ecumenism, dialogue, peace, irenicism, and coexistence.~ ~ 11 4 | OF THE TALISMANIC WORD: "DIALOGUE"~ ~ ~ ~ ~Perhaps the summary 12 4 | analyzing how one of them, "dialogue," is utilized to carry on 13 4, 1 | Legitimate Meanings of "Dialogue"~ ~ 14 4, 1 | talismanic meanings of the word "dialogue," it is necessary:~‑ to 15 4, 1 | legitimate meanings of "dialogue," the difference between 16 4, 1 | current meanings of the word "dialogue" and others connected with 17 4, 1 | legitimate meanings of "dialogue" would be to list, study 18 4, 1 | element in the etymology of "dialogue" that appears in all its 19 4, 1 | different meanings of the word "dialogue" is made:~‑ according to 20 4, 1 | according to the objective of dialogue;~‑ in light of the consequences 21 4, 1 | light of the consequences to dialogue arising from the emotional 22 4, 1 | emotional attitude of those who dialogue.~With this it will be easy 23 4, 1 | legitimate meanings of "dialogue" are not included in this 24 4, 1 | is, to the very nature of dialogue.~ ~g) An Important Reservation~ ~ 25 4, 1 | of some other meaning of dialogue in ours.~Indeed, the classification 26 4, 1 | several accepted meanings of "dialogue" here made explicit with 27 4, 1 | terminology.~ ~h) Etymology of "Dialogue"~ ~The Greek word dialogos 28 4, 1 | logos, meaning "word." Thus "dialogue" is used in Socrates and 29 4, 1 | languages of the West the word "dialogue" (according to the dictionaries) 30 4, 1 | conversation.13~ ~i) Modalities of Dialogue According to its Objective~ ~ 31 4, 1 | should first be made about dialogue in the broad sense, the 32 4, 1 | According to its objective, dialogue:~ ~1. is either such that 33 4, 1 | to entertain the parties (dialogueentertainment);~‑ when it 34 4, 1 | understand insufficiently (dialogueinvestigation);~ ~2. Or, 35 4 (13) | In treating "dialogue" in the encyclical Ecclesiam 36 4, 1 | attitudes in the persons who dialogue:~ ~1. When the speakers 37 4, 1 | complete and continuous in "dialogueentertainment."~It is also 38 4, 1 | complete in the case of "dialogueinvestigation;" but as some 39 4 (14) | argumentinvestigation, dialogueentertainment has only a 40 4 (14) | with the platonic notion of dialogue.~ 41 4, 1 | depending on the case.~Thus, dialogue has two fundamental modalities: 42 4, 1 | speaker to the other.~ ~k) Dialogue in the Broad Sense, the 43 4, 1 | entirely suited to the mode of dialogue described above in point 44 4, 1 | one designate the form of dialogue in number (1) of those items? 45 4, 1 | items? It is also called "dialogue" and there is no word to 46 4, 1 | dialogue-entertainment" and "dialogueinvestigation").~What is 47 4, 1 | of these two meanings of "dialogue"? "Argument" designates 48 4, 1 | one of the modalities of dialogue in the broad sense. "Argument" 49 4, 1 | Argument" is the contrary of "dialogue" in the strict sense of 50 4, 1 | and opposed.~ ~l) Argumentdialogue, Argument Pure and Simple 51 4, 1 | the amenable appearance of dialogue in the strict sense. But 52 4, 1 | true argument and not a dialogue in the strict sense. This 53 4, 1 | of "argument" resembles dialogue in the strict sense only 54 4, 1 | broad sense that the term "dialogue" is applied to this type 55 4, 1 | mere accidental likeness of dialogue in the strict sense to this 56 4, 1 | therefore call this argumentdialogue."~ ~2. In the second degree, 57 4 (15) | If dialogueinvestigation includes occasional 58 4 (15) | distinction from argument? Dialogueinvestigation does not examine 59 4, 1 | Legitimate Meanings of "Dialogue"~ ~These notions of the 60 4, 1 | the different meanings of "dialogue" are outlined below.~ ~Dialogue 61 4, 1 | dialogue" are outlined below.~ ~Dialogue in the strict senseInterlocution 62 4, 1 | Relaxed emotional attitude.~ ~Dialogue in the broad and etymological 63 4, 1 | easily be that of a fight.~ ~DialogueentertainmentAims to 64 4, 1 | continuous relaxation.~ ~DialogueinvestigationAims to 65 4, 1 | is possible.~ ~ArgumentdialogueEmotional warmth less 66 4, 1 | interlocutor. It is only called "dialogue" because of its accidental 67 4, 1 | accidental similarity to dialogue in the strict sense.~ ~Argument 68 4, 1 | to the many meanings of "dialogue".*~ ~Except when taken in 69 4, 1 | taken in the broad sense, "dialogue" obviously carries a note 70 4, 1 | of harmony is inherent to dialogue stricto‑sensu that is, to 71 4, 1 | dialogue-entertainment and dialogueinvestigation, to which 72 4, 1 | argument can only be called "dialogue" by analogy, when it has 73 4, 1 | thus becoming argumentdialogue. However mild it may be, 74 4, 1 | argument-dialogue will never be a dialogue in the strict sense, a note 75 4 (16) | teaching what he calls the dialogue of salvation, the apostolic 76 4 (16) | salvation, the apostolic dialogue of the Church, principally 77 4 (16) | certain negative aspects of dialogue, as the hypothesis of a 78 4 (16) | as the hypothesis of a dialogue with the communists, which 79 4 (16) | or the inviability of dialogue when nonCatholics "refuse 80 4 (16) | irenicism and syncretism in dialogue.~Now in this study, the 81 4 (16) | Now in this study, the dialogue that we propose to analyse 82 4 (16) | opposite. It is not the dialogue desired by the Church to 83 4 (16) | to attract souls, but the dialogue cunningly distorted by communism 84 4 (16) | concern ourselves with good dialogue.~Likewise in the context 85 4 (16) | interlocution, which we here call dialogue in the broad sense (lato 86 4 (16) | legitimate forms (besides dialogueentertainment and dialogue‑ 87 4 (16) | dialogue‑entertainment and dialogueinvestigation) the three 88 4 (16) | argument which we call argumentdialogue, argument pure and simple, 89 4 (16) | dwells longer on argumentdialogue, notable for its cordiality, 90 4 (16) | genuinely has the nature of dialogue." In this perspective, argument 91 4 (16) | and legitimate forms of dialogue, albeit less complete.~All 92 4 (16) | affirm about legitimate dialogue and what the encyclical 93 4 (16) | the encyclical about the dialogue of salvation teaches.~Several 94 4 (16) | censures we make of bad dialogue differentiate it fundamentally 95 4 (16) | fundamentally from the apostolic dialogue of the Church taught by 96 4 (16) | Ecclesiam Suam.~The latter dialogue contains nothing relativistic: 97 4 (16) | addition, Catholic apostolic dialogue does not share in the irenistic 98 4 (16) | the Church's efforts at dialogue, and the dangers of irenicism 99 4 (16) | of falsification of the dialogue of salvation, the Encyclical 100 4, 1 | of the talismanic word "dialogue" is developed on the basis 101 4, 1 | of pugnacity in argumentdialogue.~First, we take a look at 102 4, 1 | this convivium to merely dialogue in the strict sense (or 103 4, 1 | strict sense (or to argumentdialogue) would be grave and dangerously 104 4, 1 | amenable argument (argumentdialogue) can frequently be helpful 105 4, 1 | point. In this struggle, dialogue has included, more or less 106 4, 1 | contacts to mere argumentdialogue (the most serene and cordial 107 4, 2 | the several meanings of "dialogue" and "argument" in its ideological 108 4, 2 | of the era of good will, dialogue would not be easy or brief 109 4, 2 | frequently used when speaking of dialogue.~Two forms of ecumenism 110 4, 2 | H. Irenicism, Dialogue, and Evolutionist Utopianism~ ~ 111 4, 2 | argument dies and men only dialogue among themselves.~Having 112 4, 2 | itself through talismanic dialogue ‑ in its ideological context, 113 4 (23) | Could the talismanic word "dialogue" ‑sometime in the remote 114 4 (23) | are elements in the word "dialogue" useful for this passage 115 4, 2 | rises in him. The irenical dialogue smiles at him... Along with 116 4, 2 | by repeating the word "dialogue" in a thousand different 117 4, 3 | Talismanic Meanings of "Dialogue"~ ~ 118 4, 3 | replace them with irenistic dialogue;~· First point of apathy: 119 4, 3 | Word~ ~The talismanic word "dialogue" is so rich in effects that 120 4, 3 | and the talismanic word "dialogue" become mutually radicalized, 121 4, 3 | mutually radicalized, using "dialogue" as an instrument and leading 122 4, 3 | word.~ ~a) First EffectDialogue Solves Everything~ ~The 123 4, 3 | item A). He is told about dialogue. Next, he sees the word 124 4, 3 | changing convictions. Not to dialogue is ideological backwardness 125 4, 3 | middle of the atomic age. To dialogue is to be up‑to‑date and 126 4, 3 | irenicist begins to think: "Dialogue solves all problems." No 127 4, 3 | the only thing to do is dialogue with those who think differently, 128 4, 3 | affability that characterizes it, dialogue has the magic power to remove 129 4, 3 | cannot convince through dialogue, our patient gradually forms 130 4, 3 | forbidden to participate in the dialogue.~This causes a constantly 131 4, 3 | perfect and unblemished.~When dialogue is properly done with those 132 4, 3 | Resulting from the Effect of Dialogue" in the Media~ ~While the 133 4, 3 | emotions, the apostle of irenic dialogue is usually considered in 134 4, 3 | apostolic possibilities of "dialogue." Benevolent and affable, 135 4, 3 | therefore dexterous in managing "dialogue". In a word, he appears 136 4, 3 | taken a drug.~The word "dialogue" is thus reclothed in magic 137 4, 3 | Flexibility of the Word "Dialogue"~ ~These various psychological 138 4, 3 | tendency to use the word "dialogue" for everything. Its use 139 4, 3 | without some mention of dialogue.~ ~ 140 4, 3 | manner of conducting the dialogue.~If we imagine two "dialoguers" 141 4, 3 | the very content of the dialogue.~This process takes the " 142 4, 3 | Radicalization of the Word "Dialogue": New and more Radical Talismanic 143 4, 3 | on the wings of the word "dialogue" will soon realize that 144 4, 3 | in the talismanic word "dialogue" makes itself felt more 145 4, 3 | the talismanic word tends. Dialogue, in its ultimate and most 146 4, 3 | for the ultimate meaning, "dialogue" evolves to become increasingly 147 4, 3 | of Cordiality in ArgumentDialogue: the Talismanic Word is 148 4, 3 | of the talismanic word "dialogue," consists in an ardent 149 4, 3 | smooth form of argumentdialogue. But this form still has 150 4, 3 | accentuated.~The argumentdialogue does not aim principally 151 4, 3 | secondary.~In this way the word "dialogue" undergoes the first distortion. 152 4, 3 | It comes to mean argumentdialogue conceived irenistically 153 4, 3 | irenistic myth.~The talismanic dialogue (the distorted argument‑ 154 4, 3 | the distorted argumentdialogue) is now dialogue only by 155 4, 3 | argument‑dialogue) is now dialogue only by antonomasia.~Here 156 4, 3 | distortion of the word "dialogue" considered in the abstract. 157 4, 3 | will only accept argumentdialogue when dealing with controversial 158 4, 3 | controversial issues.~In argumentdialogue our Thomist, because of 159 4, 3 | this type of argument, "dialogue," to insinuate that it is 160 4, 3 | as free from pugnacity as dialogueinvestigation and dialogue‑ 161 4, 3 | dialogue‑investigation and dialogueentertainment.~Thus the 162 4, 3 | Thus the talismanic word "dialogue" comes forth overflowing 163 4, 3 | with pacifist cordiality. "Dialogue" represents the first form 164 4, 3 | he considers talismanic dialogue and puts it into practice.~ ~ 165 4, 3 | Irenistic Cordiality Invades DialogueEntertainment and Dialogue‑ 166 4, 3 | Dialogue‑Entertainment and Dialogueinvestigation: Meaning of 167 4, 3 | repercussion over argumentdialogue to the degree they contribute 168 4, 3 | meaning incubated in argumentdialogue during the previous phase.~ 169 4, 3 | investigation? In these types of dialogue, the irenistic speakers 170 4, 3 | Thus the speakers conduct dialogue to produce an intense warming 171 4, 3 | arguments in a smooth irenistic dialogue, which still conserves remnants 172 4, 3 | confide more and more in dialogueentertainment and dialogue‑ 173 4, 3 | dialogue‑entertainment and dialogueinvestigation, while considering 174 4, 3 | while considering argumentdialogue entirely secondary or even 175 4, 3 | of the talismanic word "dialogue."~Because the most dynamic 176 4, 3 | from irenistic argumentdialogue to the two other "irenicized" 177 4, 3 | the irenistic influence, dialogueentertainment and dialogue‑ 178 4, 3 | dialogue‑entertainment and dialogueinvestigation can be forms 179 4, 3 | instrumental to argumentdialogue and help to assure its continuation. 180 4, 3 | order of values is inverted. Dialogueentertainment and dialogue-investigation 181 4, 3 | persuasive" action, and argumentdialogue comes to have a secondary 182 4, 3 | values the talismanic word "dialogue" encompasses the three forms 183 4, 3 | mentioned above (argumentdialogue, dialogues of investigation 184 4, 3 | by the talismanic word "dialogue," our Thomist wants to convey 185 4, 3 | now, these other forms (dialogueentertainment and dialogue‑ 186 4, 3 | dialogue‑entertainment and dialogueinvestigation) seemed to 187 4, 3 | to irenic impregnation (dialogueentertainment, dialogue-investigation, 188 4, 3 | dialogue-investigation, argumentdialogue) come together under the 189 4, 3 | irenicism.~Meanwhile, argumentdialogue, being less suitable for 190 4, 3 | our Thomist continues to dialogue. But how dialogue is different 191 4, 3 | continues to dialogue. But how dialogue is different for him now 192 4, 3 | the wiles of talismanic dialogue in this second phase.~The 193 4, 3 | phase.~The talismanic word dialogue gradually came to designate 194 4, 3 | investigation over argumentdialogue.~ ~Third PhaseIrenistic 195 4, 3 | differences which are inherent to dialogueinvestigation (Chap. IV, 196 4, 3 | distortion of the talismanic word dialogue. From being simply irenistic, 197 4, 3 | ceases to include argumentdialogue in order to encompass only 198 4, 3 | order to encompass only dialogueentertainment and dialogue‑ 199 4, 3 | dialogue‑entertainment and dialogueinvestigation.~As the talismanic 200 4, 3 | As the talismanic word dialogue approaches the myth of the 201 4, 3 | step in his endeavor to dialogue.~He now begins to consider 202 4, 3 | he eliminates argumentdialogue, which in the former phase 203 4, 3 | thus reduced to irenistic dialogueentertainment and dialogue‑ 204 4, 3 | dialogue‑entertainment and dialogueinvestigation.~Further, 205 4, 3 | interlocution.~The talismanic word dialogue designating the irenistic 206 4, 3 | longer includes argumentdialogue and refers only to the two 207 4, 3 | other types of irenistic dialogue now impregnated with relativistic 208 4, 3 | with relativistic ideas.~To dialogue talismanically in this phase 209 4, 3 | prestige of irenico‑relativist dialogue now prepare him for the 210 4, 3 | entertainment and investigation, dialogue begins to be practiced as 211 4, 3 | will take place through dialogue, just as the clash of thesis 212 4, 3 | distortion of the word "dialogue" is thus produced: the Hegelian 213 4, 3 | Consequently, irenistic dialogue does not aim to change the 214 4, 3 | by the talismanic word "dialogue" acting as an evil star, 215 4 (25) | ideological positions (therefore, dialogueentertainment, dialogue‑ 216 4 (25) | dialogue‑entertainment, dialogueinvestigation, argument‑ 217 4 (25) | investigation, argumentdialogue, discussion pure and simple, 218 End | particularly the talismanic word "dialogue".~It likewise becomes evident 219 End, 1 | 1. The Talismanic Word "Dialogue" and Communism~ ~It is known 220 End, 1 | by the talismanic word "dialogue" under the influence of 221 End, 1 | for the synthesis from the dialogue between thesis and antithesis 222 End, 1 | expect good results from dialogue with a relativist Catholic 223 End, 1 | as such, we have irenic dialogue favoring interconfessionalism 224 End, 2 | relative "truths" in a Hegelian dialogue, ecumenism assumes the aspect 225 End, 2 | religions, through Hegelian dialogue, to participate, once they 226 End, 2 | united, in a subsequent dialogue with the communist antithesis.~ ~ 227 End, 3 | 3. Dialogue, Dialectical Relativism, 228 End, 3 | truly peaceful, since their dialogue has no pugnacity and has 229 End, 4 | 4. Dialogue, Irenicism, and Religious 230 End, 4 | Hegelian position, acquiesce to dialogue with communism on a relativistic 231 End, 4 | to start a relativistic dialogue with it in a climate of 232 End, 4 | by accepting irenistic dialogue with the communists "Pax" 233 End, 4 | from the point of view of dialogue, men are not divided into 234 End, 4 | people are sensitive to dialogue and capable of it, and these 235 End, 4 | insensitive to the attractions of dialogue and obstinately stick to 236 End, 5 | Irenistic Pacifism and Dialogue~ ~When sprouting from the 237 End, 5 | irenic utopia, the words "dialogue" and "coexistence" make 238 End, 5 | the synthesis.~Irenistic dialogue is the direct application 239 End (26) | of the talismanic word "dialogue" will doubtless ask whether 240 End (26) | by the talismanic word "dialogue" and the like ‑ and a socialist 241 End (26) | of irenicism, including "dialogue," accepts a relativistic 242 End, 6 | Transshipping" Talismanic Words~ ~"Dialogue," "coexistence," and "peace" 243 End, 6 | of not just the one word "dialogue," but of a whole world of 244 End, 7 | 7. Dialogue and the Italian Way of 245 End, 7 | now, we have dealt with "dialogue" as an instrument of unperceived 246 End, 7 | begin a regime of irenic dialogue with the Catholic Religion 247 End, 7 | Italy, and they suggest dialogue and peaceful coexistence 248 End, 7 | of irenicism, relativist dialogue, and coexistence.~The basic 249 End, 8 | mind and insinuated by "dialogue," and whose seduction is 250 End, 8 | of the talismanic word "dialogue," manifests itself as clearly 251 End, 8 | meanings. In the case of "dialogue," irenicism will always 252 End, 8 | of the talismanic word "dialogue".~The method of this inquiry 253 End, 8 | Analogously, we can say that "dialogue" shines with a light that 254 App1 | Distortion of the Word "Dialogue" (Chap. IV, 3, D, b.)~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~ ~~~~ 255 App1 | INTERLOCUTORS~~~~In argumentdialogue cordiality is exaggerated. 256 App1 | dialogue-investigation and dialogueentertainment, which become 257 App1 | become dominant; argumentdialogue is merely tolerated.~~ ~~~~ 258 App1 | merely tolerated.~~ ~~~~Dialogueinvestigation and dialogue‑ 259 App1 | Dialogue‑investigation and dialogueentertainment become the 260 App1 | become the only forms of dialogue that are permitted. Argument‑ 261 App1 | are permitted. Argumentdialogue is proscribed.~~ ~~~~Dialogue 262 App1 | dialogue is proscribed.~~ ~~~~Dialogue becomes conceived of as 263 App1 | OF~~THE TALISMANIC WORD~~"DIALOGUE"~~~~The talismanic word " 264 App1 | The talismanic word "dialogue, appears, designating argument‑ 265 App1 | appears, designating argumentdialogue by antonomasia.~~~~The talismanic 266 App1 | The talismanic word "dialogue" is extended to dialogue‑ 267 App1 | dialogue" is extended to dialogueinvestigation and ialogue‑ 268 App1 | steeped in irenicism; argumentdialogue is practically excluded. 269 App1 | excluded. The talismanic word "dialogue" is extended to dialogue‑ 270 App1 | dialogue" is extended to dialogueinvestigation and dialogue‑ 271 App1 | dialogue‑investigation and dialogueentertainment steeped in 272 App1 | steeped in irenicism; argumentdialogue is practically excluded.~~~~ 273 App1 | The talismanic word "dialogue" comes to include only dialogue‑ 274 App1 | dialogue" comes to include only dialogueinvestigation and dialogue‑ 275 App1 | dialogue‑investigation and dialogueentertainment, which are 276 App1 | relativistic base. Argumentdialogue is excluded.~~~~The talismanic 277 App1 | The talismanic word "dialogue" comes to indicate the " 278 App1 | REPERCUSSIONOF THE TALISMANIC WORD~~"DIALOGUE"~~IN THE INTENSITY OF~~THE 279 App1 | The use of the word "dialogue,' charged with mythical280 App1 | The use of the word "dialogue," charged with mythical‑ 281 App1 | phase. The talismanic word "dialogue" is extended to dialogue‑ 282 App1 | dialogue" is extended to dialogueinvestigation and dialogue‑ 283 App1 | dialogue‑investigation and dialogueentertainment steeped in 284 App1 | steeped in irenicism; argumentdialogue is practically excluded.~~~~ 285 App1 | The use of the word "dialogue," charged with mythical‑ 286 App1 | of the talismanic word "dialogue" and the irenistic emotion 287 App2 | Beyond Nuclear Terror: Dialogue~ ~Taking advantage of a 288 App2 | cold war" and, above all, "dialogue." From one end of the globe 289 App2 | a return to detente and dialogue between the United States


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