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Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira
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1 Intro, 2 | one of the points of his argument published in an article 2 1, 5 | parliament constitutes no argument against what we have just 3 1, 5 | of Poland, is not a valid argument against the affirmation 4 4, 1 | such as "dialectic ... .. argument," "polemics," etc., we can 5 4, 1 | subject and each one seeks, by argument, to persuade the other to 6 4, 1 | to change his conviction (argument).14~ ~j) Corresponding Differences 7 4 (14)| Contrary to argument and especially argument‑ 8 4 (14)| argument and especially argumentinvestigation, dialogue‑ 9 4, 1 | 2. In the case of "argument," the emotional attitude 10 4, 1 | Sense, the Strict Sense, and Argument~ ~The word "argument" is 11 4, 1 | and Argument~ ~The word "argument" is entirely suited to the 12 4, 1 | the position of the word "argument" in view of these two meanings 13 4, 1 | meanings of "dialogue"? "Argument" designates one of the modalities 14 4, 1 | dialogue in the broad sense. "Argument" is the contrary of "dialogue" 15 4, 1 | distinguished and opposed.~ ~l) Argumentdialogue, Argument Pure 16 4, 1 | l) Argument‑dialogue, Argument Pure and Simple and Polemics~ ~ 17 4, 1 | distinctions to make regarding argument, which has three degrees 18 4, 1 | degrees of intensity:~ ~1. Argument can have an extremely serene 19 4, 1 | keeping the content of an argument, it has the amenable appearance 20 4, 1 | we are witnessing a true argument and not a dialogue in the 21 4, 1 | strict sense. This mode of "argument" resembles dialogue in the 22 4, 1 | applied to this type of argument; it is also applied in a 23 4, 1 | strict sense to this mode of argument. We therefore call this 24 4, 1 | We therefore call this argumentdialogue."~ ~2. In the second 25 4, 1 | 2. In the second degree, argument has the normal emotional 26 4, 1 | ordinary meaning of the word "argument" ‑‑ we will give the name " 27 4, 1 | we will give the name "argument pure and simple;"~ ~3. Finally, 28 4, 1 | and simple;"~ ~3. Finally, argument can become very heated emotionally, 29 4 (15)| of its distinction from argument? Dialogueinvestigation 30 4 (15)| investigation. The object of argument is a subject about which 31 4, 1 | type of interlocution.~ ~ArgumentInterlocution in which 32 4, 1 | transitory tension is possible.~ ~ArgumentdialogueEmotional warmth 33 4, 1 | The content is truly an argument since it aims to change 34 4, 1 | dialogue in the strict sense.~ ~Argument Pure and SimpleEmotional 35 4, 1 | persuasion of the other.~ ~ArgumentPolemics (or merely "polemics") ‑ 36 4, 1 | proper.~As we have seen, argument can only be called "dialogue" 37 4, 1 | outstanding degree, thus becoming argumentdialogue. However mild it 38 4, 1 | inherent to all and any argument.~ ~ 39 4 (16)| Catholics including pugnacious argument and even polemics, are only 40 4 (16)| investigation) the three modes of argument which we call argument‑dialogue, 41 4 (16)| of argument which we call argumentdialogue, argument pure 42 4 (16)| call argument‑dialogue, argument pure and simple, and polemics.~ 43 4 (16)| Paul VI dwells longer on argumentdialogue, notable for its 44 4 (16)| dialogue." In this perspective, argument pure and simple and polemics 45 4, 1 | the Several Modalities of Argument~ ~What is the nature of 46 4, 1 | There Anything Wrong with Argument Pure and Simple or Polemics 47 4, 1 | pugnacity an evil in itself? Do argument pure and simple and polemics 48 4, 1 | imperceptible note of pugnacity in argumentdialogue.~First, we take 49 4, 1 | First, we take a look at argument pure and simple.~ ~a) The 50 4, 1 | original sin does exist, is argument pure and simple profitable 51 4, 1 | the value of this mode of argument if one admits the objective 52 4, 1 | Someone could say that argument pure and simple should be 53 4, 1 | good or bad passions.~So, argument pure and simple does not 54 4, 1 | dignity. It is easy to see how argument pure and simple often has 55 4, 1 | it is true that sometimes argument pure and simple becomes 56 4, 1 | appears that easily causes argument pure and simple to grow 57 4, 1 | Legitimacy of Anger in Argument Pure and Simple~ ~Someone 58 4, 1 | can legitimately influence argument pure and simple unless they 59 4, 1 | and so aid the lucidity of argument pure and simple.17~ ~f) 60 4, 1 | the true and the good. In argument pure and simple it is legitimate 61 4, 1 | Artificiality of the Abolition of Argument Pure and Simple~ ~As we 62 4, 1 | and Simple~ ~As we said, argument pure and simple is not a 63 4, 1 | enables one to see that argument pure and simple corresponds 64 4, 1 | the strict sense (or to argumentdialogue) would be grave 65 4, 1 | denies the licitness of argument pure and simple, thinking 66 4, 1 | of discord.~ ~i) Doesn't Argument Pure and Simple Destroy 67 4, 1 | not imprudent in praising argument pure and simple? Even though 68 4, 1 | old juridical proverb. If argument pure and simple is licit 69 4, 1 | a few times.~To present argument pure and simple as always 70 4, 1 | to him?~ ~j) Consequence: Argument Pure and Simple Does Not 71 4, 1 | inadmissible to condemn argument pure and simple in thesis 72 4, 1 | All that we said about argument pure and simple applies 73 4, 1 | the pugnacity inherent to argument pure and simple in the highest 74 4, 1 | exacerbations that are censurable in argument pure and simple. Analogously, 75 4, 1 | inherent to a well‑conducted argument pure and simple in the highest 76 4, 1 | Saint Francis de Sales.~ ~1) Argument Pure and Simple, Polemics, 77 4, 1 | raised when dealing with argument pure and simple and polemics. 78 4, 1 | When because of the theme, argument pure and simple or polemics 79 4, 1 | historically important forms, argument pure and simple and polemics 80 4, 1 | watches the polemics or argument pure and simple as an interested 81 4, 1 | while a highly amenable argument (argument‑dialogue) can 82 4, 1 | highly amenable argument (argumentdialogue) can frequently 83 4, 1 | Here is another proof that argument pure and simple and polemics 84 4, 1 | more or less intensely, argument pure and simple and polemics 85 4, 1 | the whole human race.~ ~m) Argument Pure and Simple, Polemics, 86 4, 1 | systematic proscription of all argument pure and simple and polemics, 87 4, 1 | of all contacts to mere argumentdialogue (the most serene 88 4, 1 | serene and cordial type of argument), would have for the Church 89 4 (20)| that the condemnation of argument pure and simple and of polemics 90 4 (20)| kind of counterpart to bad argument and bad polemic. Bad apologetics 91 4 (20)| is the companion of good argument and good polemics. Thus, 92 4 (20)| exactly in the same terms as argument pure and simple and polemics.~ 93 4, 2 | meanings of "dialogue" and "argument" in its ideological context 94 4, 2 | era, the various kinds of argumentespecially combative and 95 4, 2 | various modes including argument pure and simple and polemics, 96 4, 2 | of good will in which all argument dies and men only dialogue 97 4, 3 | above and the omission of argument pure and simple or polemics 98 4, 3 | suppress these modes of argument when for any reason they 99 4, 3 | of offending opponents by argument and polemics and on the 100 4, 3 | discern the profound evils of argument and polemics, and to discover 101 4, 3 | Hypertrophy of Cordiality in ArgumentDialogue: the Talismanic 102 4, 3 | debated theme can only be argument.~This argument, even while 103 4, 3 | can only be argument.~This argument, even while still amiable, 104 4, 3 | logically necessary procedureargument ‑ and the type of relations 105 4, 3 | Therefore, both reject argument pure and simple as well 106 4, 3 | polemics, and only conceive argument as a refined, smooth form 107 4, 3 | refined, smooth form of argumentdialogue. But this form 108 4, 3 | is thus accentuated.~The argumentdialogue does not aim principally 109 4, 3 | conquest of truth through argument is only secondary.~In this 110 4, 3 | distortion. It comes to mean argumentdialogue conceived irenistically 111 4, 3 | dialogue (the distorted argumentdialogue) is now dialogue 112 4, 3 | other, and they consider argument as the normal way to do 113 4, 3 | unity more than truth in his argument with the existentialist.~ 114 4, 3 | party always behaves in the argument as if he were conceived 115 4, 3 | resentment, the main thing in the argument is to prevent this resentment 116 4, 3 | dangerous or unjust both argument pure and simple and polemic 117 4, 3 | that he will only accept argumentdialogue when dealing with 118 4, 3 | controversial issues.~In argumentdialogue our Thomist, because 119 4, 3 | He will call this type of argument, "dialogue," to insinuate 120 4, 3 | favorable repercussion over argumentdialogue to the degree they 121 4, 3 | talismanic meaning incubated in argumentdialogue during the previous 122 4, 3 | investigation, while considering argumentdialogue entirely secondary 123 4, 3 | extends itself from irenistic argumentdialogue to the two other " 124 4, 3 | relations instrumental to argumentdialogue and help to assure 125 4, 3 | persuasive" action, and argumentdialogue comes to have a 126 4, 3 | interlocution mentioned above (argumentdialogue, dialogues of investigation 127 4, 3 | dialogue-investigation, argumentdialogue) come together 128 4, 3 | of irenicism.~Meanwhile, argumentdialogue, being less suitable 129 4, 3 | entertainment and investigation over argumentdialogue.~ ~Third Phase130 4, 3 | relativism appears, true argument becomes impossible; when 131 4, 3 | longer involved in a true argument because of the very fact 132 4, 3 | call their interlocution "argument. " However, argument-dialogue 133 4, 3 | thus it ceases to include argumentdialogue in order to encompass 134 4, 3 | relativism, he eliminates argumentdialogue, which in the former 135 4, 3 | types of interlocution "argument," but in reality they have 136 4, 3 | stage, no longer includes argumentdialogue and refers only 137 4, 3 | times, assume the form of argument pure and simple, or even 138 4 (25)| dialogueinvestigation, argumentdialogue, discussion pure 139 App1 | THE INTERLOCUTORS~~~~In argumentdialogue cordiality is exaggerated. 140 App1 | exaggerated. Polemics and argument pure and simple are proscribed.~~ ~~~~ 141 App1 | which become dominant; argumentdialogue is merely tolerated.~~ ~~~~ 142 App1 | dialogue that are permitted. Argumentdialogue is proscribed.~~ ~~~~ 143 App1 | dialogue, appears, designating argumentdialogue by antonomasia.~~~~ 144 App1 | entertainment steeped in irenicism; argumentdialogue is practically 145 App1 | entertainment steeped in irenicism; argumentdialogue is practically 146 App1 | entirely relativistic base. Argumentdialogue is excluded.~~~~ 147 App1 | entertainment steeped in irenicism; argumentdialogue is practically 148 App2 | establishing some other argument.'"~This is the ideal that


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